Recent Experience & References:


Petaluma Community Access Television: President of Board of Directors for public, governmental and educational television access channels.


U.S. National Park Service: Produced DVD on BioDiversity. Contact Don Neubacher, NPS Park Superintendent, don_neubacher@nps.gov


KRCB TV, a PBS Affiliate: Monthly public affairs program. Subjects include medical marijuana, California fisheries and drug abuse. Contact Jonathan Blease, Public Affairs Director, KRCB/PBS TV, jonathan_blease@krcb.org.


Sonoma State University: Produced PSA’s for public high schools. Sponsored by SSU and the California State Department of Transportation. Contact Dr. Michael Litle, SSU, litle@sonic.net.


FreeSpeechTV & WorldLinkTV: Video editor for news network.


Point Reyes Light Newspaper: Business manager. Contact David Mitchell, Editor, editor@ptreyeslight.com.



Selected Theatre & Film Works:


Film/Video Director/Producer: “Golden Turkey,” “Here Comes the Railroad,” “Solstice,” "Union Card" (commercial for Russian television), “Spiking the Tuna,” “Rough Cut”.


Theatre Director: "Siddhartha," "The Seven Addictions & Five Professions of Anita Berber" starring Nina Hagen, Benjamin Britten's "Noyes Fludde," Aaron Copland's "The Tender Land," Henry Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas," "West Side Story".


Actor: Pina Bausch's "Dur Nu," "K2," "A Walk In the Woods," "Misanthrope," "South Pacific," "Marat/Sade," Chinese Opera.


Music & Art: Austin, Texas musical groups: Reversible Cords, Norvells and Huns; Paintings, drawings, curator of “MECCA: Art and Performance Gallery” in Marshall, CA



Selected Art Exhibits & Collections:


Tom of Finland Erotic Art Exhibit 2009, Los Angeles, California

Folsom Street Fair 2008, San Francisco, California

University of Texas, Austin, Texas

Marin County Fair Drawings and Paintings, San Rafael, California

MECCA Gallery, Marshall, California



Education:


Anthropology at Rice University, Houston, Texas

Ethnographic Film at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Journalism at University of Texas, Austin

Film/Drama at University of California at Berkeley

Jean Shelton's Actors Lab, San Francisco, California



Special Skills & Interests:


Theatre (Chinese Opera, Kabuki, German Expressionism, Grand Guignol)

Musician (piano, guitar, accordion, clarinet)



Grants & Awards:


Community Arts Grants from Marin Arts Council

University of California Fellowship

National Merit Scholarship