Professional Portfolio Selections

Broadway Princess Party

Filmed and produced April 2018.

"Where else might a little mermaid get to duet with a beautiful bookworm? Or might an ice queen drink tea alongside a princess with a lost glass slipper?"

Two-time Tony nominee Laura Osnes (Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella) brings her Broadway Princess Party concert series to the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA. Enjoy a few highlights of the show, in which Osnes is joined by Catherine Charlebois (Wicked, Beauty and the Beast), Catherine Ricafort (Miss Saigon, Cinderella), musical director Benjamin Rauhala, and special guest Adam J. Levy.


Filmed and produced December 2017.

"They’ve got an old-timey sound that is just funky enough to make it relevant in today’s hipster music scene."

Gypsy-swing-jazz-folk quartet Pyrenesia performs their composition "Reconstellation Waltz" at the Birdhouse Center For the Arts in Lambertville, NJ.

Sinfonietta Nova

Filmed and produced October 2017.

"As a community orchestra based in West Windsor, Sinfonietta Nova provides professional-quality musical performances and cultural enrichment to the central New Jersey area."

Sinfonietta Nova performs an excerpt of Leonard Bernstein's "Symphonic Dances from West Side Story" at Princeton University's Richardson Auditorium.

Trenton Music Makers

Filmed and produced spring/summer 2017.

Filmed and produced May 2015.

"Since 1998 we have been supporting school readiness, building leadership, reinforcing family connections, and instilling confidence, awareness, and artistry."

Trenton Music Makers is a non-profit focused on bringing the act of music making to children in the Trenton community. Featured here are two promotional videos: one shown at a 2017 gala event celebrating their "Music for the Very Young" program, and an earlier piece documenting the formation of their El Sistema inspired youth orchestra.

Symphonie fantastique

Filmed and produced July 2015.

"Leonard Bernstein has described Hector Berlioz' 'Symphonie fantastique' as the first musical expedition into psychedelia because of its hallucinatory and dream-like nature."

Classical music pioneer, Groupmuse, partners with both the Experiential Orchestra and Muse Circus to stage this enormous piece in a Brooklyn warehouse on a hot summer night.

Trace Bundy

Filmed and produced August 2015.

"Trace Bundy must be seen, not just heard.  His music is poetry in motion, using harmonics, looping, multiple capos, and his unique banter and stage presence to deliver an unforgettable live concert experience."

Trace performs U2's "Where the Streets Have No Name" at the Firehouse Arts Center in Newburyport, MA.

Unruly Sounds

Filmed and produced September 2015.

"Unruly Sounds promises to be a memorable community event. Live sounds of local Princeton artists infiltrate the town, bridging the gap between audience members and composers/performers."

This brief performance montage spans the festival's Sunday afternoon marathon, featuring compositions from the creative minds of Princeton University’s graduate composer program.

Vicky Chow

Filmed and produced January 2015.

"Canadian pianist Vicky Chow has been described as 'brilliant' (New York Times), 'a monster pianist' (Time Out New York), 'virtuostic' (New Jersey Star Ledger), and 'one of the new stars of new music' (Los Angeles Times)."

Vicky performs an excerpt from John Zorn's "Trilogy" (Boston premiere) with Trevor Dunn on bass and Ian Ding on drums.

Boston Guitarfest

Filmed and produced summer 2015.

Filmed and produced summer 2014.

"Boston GuitarFest is a music festival with a stellar array of exciting concerts; a series of seminars and master classes taught by an incomparable faculty; and a meeting place for all those seeking a deeper message."

This first piece from 2015 provides reflections from staff members looking back on the festival's growth over its first ten years. The second is an earlier "week in review" montage chronicling events from the 2014 festival.

Dan Kassel

Filmed and produced June 2016.

"...looped and layered cello goodness. nourishment for the mind and soul."

Cellist Dan Kassel uses live looping technologies to create unique sonic tapestries of sound. Here he performs Nirvana's "Lithium" at Trenton, NJ's Art All Night festival in 2016.