VH1’s Black Ink Crew: Chicago (Season 1)
On this rugged and raw series, I showran the field as
Co-Executive Producer; overseeing story, planning schedules, working with talent, setting a visual style, and directing multi-cameras for optimal coverage in a raw world
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.
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.
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.
E4’s Made in Chelsea NYC
As a Director on this BAFTA award winning series, I maintained a tremendous visual style of the posh life of a British friends as they experienced, love, life and lessons in Manhattan. The show's look is often compared to be the gold standard of beauty in the unscripted space. I am really proud of this show.
BET’s The Sheards (Season 1)
I directed the first season of this gospel-based family docudrama series, working with legendary talent from the Gospel music community, as well as top music producers in LA and NYC, creating a look and feel that matched the music.
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.