VH1’s Black Ink Crew: NYC (Seasons 2, 3, 4)
As Supervising Producer and as a Co-EP; I oversaw story, planned schedules, worked with talent, set a visual style, and directed multi-cameras in the field, making this season its most successful from a drama and coverage standpoint.
VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta (Season 1)
As Series Director, I set the style for one of the most talked about Docu-Dramas on cable, making sure that the look of the show was visually magnified the emotionally charged, chaotic and heart wrenching stories. We missed nothing.
Sundance Channel’s Quirky:
As Producer of Sundance's flagship reality show, I was in charge of preparing for and writing episodes, interviewing talent, and monitoring all design elements from beginning to end.
Travel Channel’s America’s Worst Driver:
As a Producer & Director of this elimination-based stunt show, I dealt with hundreds of elements and 20 plus cameras to capture the spills, thrills, shrieks and joy of this action-packed reality competition. On this show I was also working in Post as a story producer, managing edit sessions as well as writing episodes and voice over.
Bravo’s Real Housewives of Atlanta (Seasons 1 & 5)
As a Producer on this series in its first season, I created stories from scratch, built rivalries and cultivated behind the scenes drama which quickly turned Atlanta into the most popular in Bravo’s Housewives franchise. I also directed cameras.
VH1's Love & Hip Hop: NYC (Season 1 & 2)
As the first Director and DP for a show focused around the glitz and glam of the NYC's Hip Hop culture, I created the hallmark visual, lighting and coverage styles that are currently used in all iterations of the Love & Hip Hop franchise to this day.