- Documentary Feature THE ORGANIZER is now available to buy or rent worldwide.
- Phantom Watcher music is available to purchase.
- I rent equipment to fellow filmmakers.
- I had a big night at the 2023 Canadian Screen Awards. Along with my co-editor Kirk Ramsay, I received the CSA for Best Editing in a Factual Series for We're All Gonna Die (Even Jay Baruchel). The series won three more awards including Best Factual Series. I was also nominated for my work on the feature Sex with Sue, which went on to win Best Documentary Program.
- I edited and co-wrote two episodes of a new music documentary series, Geddy Lee Asks: Are Bass Players Human Too? It was a pleasure to work with Geddy, producer Allan Weinrib, head writer Daniel Richler, and my old friends at Banger Films. The series is available on Paramount+.
- I put together the official trailer for the 4K restoration of a classic documentary, Emile de Antonio's Rush To Judgment (1967), the first cinematic investigation into the JFK assassination and Warren Report. The 4K restoration and trailer was supervised and released by Ron Mann and the folks at FilmsWeLike, and screened at several dozen cinemas around North America around the 60th anniversary of the event.
- Along with my co-editor Eamonn O'Connor, I received the Canadian Cinema Editors Award for Best Editing in a Documentary Series for our work on For Heaven's Sake. I'm very proud of this project and was happy to be recognized on behalf of a superb creative team. The series was also nominated for three Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Factual Series.
- I spent several months working on Sex With Sue, a documentary feature about the renowned sex educator Sue Johanson. Directed by Lisa Rideout and produced by Banger Films, the film was released in Canada on the W Network and the StackTV streamer. US festivals coming in 2023.
- I edited a scripted short film Go On and Bleed, directed by J. Christian Hamilton. The film is set in 1972 and follows a US draft dodger in Canada, who realizes his new country is not as benign as he envisioned. The film was in the opening night program of the Female Eye Festival at TIFF and has screened at other festivals.
- Two projects that I worked on premiered at the Hot Docs International Documentary Festival and were then released on streamers. We're All Gonna Die (Even Jay Baruchel) is a playful but resonant series about Existential Risk - the various scenarios in which humanity could end. I edited and co-wrote three episodes, currently available on CRAVE in Canada. The Unsolved Murder of Beverly Lynn Smith is an Amazon original documentary series about a murder in Durham Region, Ontario and a subsequent miscarriage of justice. I worked on episode two of this four-part series. Available on Prime Video around the world.
- For Heaven's Sake, an 8-part mystery/comedy hybrid documentary series, has debuted to great acclaim as one of the launch shows on the new Paramount+ streamer in the US, and on CBC Gem in Canada. Produced by Muse Entertainment, Funny or Die, and the team behind American Vandal, I either edited or co-edited every episode.
- Youth Unstoppable, a documentary I edited in 2018, which played dozens of festivals through 2019-20, is now the first original documentary feature for a new free streaming site called WaterBear, dedicated to telling stories about the future of the planet. It can be streamed here.
- Another four episodes of Field Notes, my web series for the Luminous Landscape, were published in 2020.
- I released a new record under the name Phantom Watcher. 'Nostalgist' was produced with my friend R. Grunwald and supported by the Ontario Arts Council.
- I directed and edited a web series called Field Notes about photographers who specialize in distinctive locations all over the continental US and Canada and the relationship between these places and our changing environment. The series was produced for the Luminous Landscape and four episodes were released in 2019.
- We had theatrical runs of The Organizer in New Orleans and New York, and the film is finally available on VOD for home viewing worldwide.
- I worked as an 'editorial consultant' on an interesting documentary, The Divided Brain, about the controversial theories of psychiatrist Iain McGilchrist, based on his groundbreaking book The Master and his Emissary. Directed by Manfred Becker, produced by Matter of Fact media.
- I edited a sci-fi conceptual music video, The Other, for artist Rich Aucoin, director Ian McMillan and label Arts & Crafts.
- Our film The Organizer rolls on through the festival circuit, screening over fifty times in 2018 and picking up more awards.
- Youth Unstoppable, a documentary about the decade-long journey of a group of youth climate activists, was the opening night film and won 'Best Canadian Feature' at this year's Planet in Focus festival. The film is directed by Slater Jewell-Kemker and produced by Daniel Bekerman of Scythia Films. I co-edited with Mike Munn and also co-produced.
- I was also the lead editor on three episodes of From The Vaults, a new music documentary series by Banger Films for the CBC.
- Al Purdy Was Here now has a physical release. The Al Purdy Songbook contains the film on DVD, BluRay and also a CD with musical performances from the film by Bruce Cockburn, Sarah Harmer, Doug Paisley, Snowblink, Leonard Cohen and more. Available from Borealis Records here.
- After six years of work, The Organizer made its bow in the 2017 fall festival season, winning the audience award for Best Documentary at the Woodstock Film Festival and screening at several other festivals. The film centres around Wade Rathke, the controversial community organizer and founder of ACORN. I wrote, directed and edited the film. It was produced by Joey Carey of Sundial Pictures.
- I worked on a true crime show for A&E called The Eleven about the cases of 11 missing or murdered teenagers in the East Texas area in the 1970s and a possible common suspect. I edited episode two of the series and pitched in on some other episodes.
- I was nominated for Canadian Cinema Editors (CCE) Award for Best Documentary Feature for my work on Al Purdy Was Here.
- Al Purdy Was Here, Brian D. Johnson's documentary about the famed Canadian poet, premiered at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) and was voted 3rd place in the Grolsch People's Choice awards for Best Documentary. Exec produced by Ron Mann and shot by Nicholas De Pencier. I edited the film.