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– Don Howard, filmmaker and production area head at the University of Texas at Austin department of Radio-TV-Film, responding to my article in the New York Times about the differences between state, private, and for-profit higher education models.
– Lisa Kennedy, film Critic for The Denver Post, writing about my award-winning short film, “Miracle Investigators”.
– Robert Conrad, National Training Manager for DISH Network, describing an interactive sales training module I created featuring live and animated video simulations of Dish’s flagship technology. The training module is proprietary, so I can’t link to it here, but please contact me to see other samples of my instructional design work.
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– Stewart Harris, founder and managing partner at New Media Mill, a production company in Washington DC. I’ve worked for Stew several times, but here he was probably referring to a project in which we followed an alternative fuel car from DC to Los Angeles, literally shooting and editing on the fly as we drove.
– Bruce Benson, president of the University of Colorado system, commenting on an opinion piece I wrote for The Denver Post discussing funding for higher education.
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– Don Howard, filmmaker and production area head at the University of Texas at Austin department of Radio-TV-Film, critiquing my performance as his teaching assistant in a graduate level film and video editing class.
– George Roberson, publisher and producer of the 2014 independent film, Joshua Tree, on which I served as editor.
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– an anonymous student in one of my film and video production classes at the University of Denver. This was the succinct response to an end-of-semester evaluation that asked for a list of my weaknesses as an instructor. I think s/he was probably a little too generous here, but maybe being wrong about this is one of those nonexistent weaknesses I might or might not have. Thanks, anonymous student! I hope I gave you an A!
– several film festivals responding to various projects I’ve done over the years. You can see a few of my specific awards on my Narrative and Documentary Film page, but some of those of which I’m most proud include the Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival, an International Division Prize at the Short Film Festival of India, a fraction-of-a-point near miss that I didn’t actually even win at the Friars Club Comedy Film Festival, and my very first, a Boulder Community Media Award way back in 2003.