A look at the shocking past and present air pollution surrounding Birmingham, Alabama and a group of students and young adults determined to clean it up. This amazing story of the Greater Birmingham Alliance to Stop Pollution (GASP) has been largely forgotten and needs to be retold to a new generation. To find out more and get involved visit GASPgroup.org.

A GASP for Clean Air received a Koroni Award from UAB’s Koronis Film Festival in 2011. The film won best short film with a public health message.

A short film on Alabama's natural history and beauty. I produced it for the Alabama Department of Archives and History museum. They recently opened up new world class exhibits. It's definitely worth a visit the next time you're in Montgomery.

Click here to watch the trailer and find out more about RIVER DREAMS. This feature length documentary is coming to film festivals in 2014! 

We expect to have it available for purchase by 2015. 


I produced this for the Alabamians for Forever Wild. Thanks to ads and many people that helped bring awareness to the program, 75% of Alabamians voted to reauthorize our land conservation program for an additional 20 years!

This is a trailer for Toxic City. It’s a short documentary that will premiere in the Spring of 2014. It’s the tragic story of industrial pollution affecting several communities in North Birmingham. A huge thanks goes out to everyone that has donated towards this production. Hopefully, it will raise more awareness about this issue and ensure these residents have a safe place to live one day.

Alabama residents of all walks of life share their memories and connection to the Cahaba River. I produced this for the Cahaba River Blueway Partnership.

I produced this for Hale Smith, a land broker in Alabama. He wanted something to promote land sales in Marengo County, AL. It’s such a beautiful and peaceful region. His town was like a real life Mayberry.

I produced this for renowned conservation photographer Beth Maynor Young. Longleaf, Far as the Eye Can See is available now at www.bethyoung.net. This book is a masterpiece put together by Bill Finch, Beth Maynor Young, Rhett Johnson, and John C. Hall. With a foreword by E.O. Wilson.