I am an Editor/producer for Major League Baseball. 
Emmy nominated 8 times (7 for MLB, 1 with NFL Films), winning in May 2011, 2012 and 2013

Recent Work:

2010, 2011, 2012 Emmy Winner : "MLB Tonight" (editor/producer/graphics/VFX)
2009 Emmy Nominated : "Incident at Candlestick" (editor/graphics/VFX)
2009/2010 Emmy Nominated : "Studio 42 with Bob Costas" (editor/co-producer)
"The Lyman Bostock Story" (editor/co-producer/cinematography)
"HAWK : The Colorful Life of Ken Harrelson" (editor/co-producer)
"Away from the Diamond : Driving Hal McCoy" (editor)
"Away from the Diamond : Jeff Allison" (editor/cinematography)
"MLBs Greatest Games" (editor/co-producer)
"10-Cent Beer Night" (editor/graphics/VFX)
"Jackie Robinson : Civil Rights" (editor)
"Beyond the Game : Mark Teixeira" (editor)
"Inside the NFL" (Graphics...Tom Brady Breakdown by Chris Collinsworth)
"Campanella Night" (editor/graphics)
"MLBN Remembers : Don Drysdale's Pitching Streak" (editor/co-producer)

Credits include work for :

MLB Network
HBO
NFL Films
NFL Network
NFL.com
Osteotech
Schick Medical Imaging
John Fogerty (yes, the singer)
Blue Tongue Films
Prudential
Bristol Meyers
USA Today
NY Times
Coastline Group

Reel Provided upon request

Out of college, I got my first break in media/TV when I was hired by NJ 101.5 radio station. They were starting a TV station which would simulcast the Jim Gearhart radio program, ala “Imus in the Morning” & Howard Sterns show, live on Comcast cable. There I learned Television Directing, as well as had my first experience with Newtek Lightwave. That is the time I learned Adobe Photoshop (ver 2 at the time), which was probably the most important program I ever learned.

IN 1995, I left NJ 101.5 for Lanmark Group, to become an editor/producer for an advertising agency working on commercials, corporate videos, and web content, using a Discreet *edit system. It was also this time that I built an editing system based around Adobe Premiere, and started as a freelance editor in my spare time.

In the 2004 NFL Season, I went to work for NFL Films in Mount Laurel NJ, as an film editor on both Final Cut Pro and Avid Media Composer, where I remained until the 2008/09 season. In December 2008, prior to the stations launch, I joined MLB Network as an editor/producer.

Personal / Education:

Born December 5, 1971 in Red Bank, NJ, I have lived in NJ my whole life. Grew up in Brick NJ, where I graduated from Brick Memorial High School. Spent my college years in Stockton State, in Pomona, NJ and the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Majoring in Media Communications, I specifically studied Audio Production and Film History.

Married in 1995 to my wife Nicole, we now have three children, Alexandra (16), Nicholas (13) and Kylie (12). My interests and hobbies are playing softball, watching sports and movies, and playing guitar.