“In my films I try to focus on the uniqueness of every person and the capacity to communicate with individuals expressing different values”
Early in my career I worked with and studied minorities in Europe, USA, Central and South America using my 35 mm camera and trying to capture life of these different cultures. Following this fieldwork, I joined the Amsterdam City Journal, a Film collective where I began my first effort to address social issues with the use of film. Topics included health care centers in Amsterdam and the process of growing older. In the U.S., I attended the University of Maryland Baltimore County, taking classes in Film Production.
I am presently Professor of Film and Video at Stevenson University. In the past I have taught film at Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Towson University and Goucher College.
For the last 25 years, I have worked as Producer/Director/Director of Photography. Clients have included National Crime Prevention Council; The Johns Hopkins School For Hygiene and Public Health; Independent Television Service, St.Paul Minnesota, Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, and the Baltimore School for the Arts.
- DRS. Sociology, University of Amsterdam
- Professor of Film and Video, Stevenson University, 1999- present
- Director of Photography/Producer/Director 1988-present