Video features I've produced, shot, and edited have appeared on ESPN.com, NBC Sports Philadelphia, CSN New England, Fox College Sports, and the Ivy League Network. These are a few of my favorites.
PRESSING FORWARD: THE JOE PERCIVAL STORY
In December 2013, doctors told Joe Percival his mother would be in the hospital three days. Nearly four years later, Joe was finally able to take the field again with his mom in the stands. Meet the Princeton football linebacker whose perseverance, maturity, and faith helped push his family through.
While George Boccanfuso technically retired in 1989, he remains the meticulous caretaker of Jadwin Gymnasium. March 2017 marked 70 years at Princeton University for the man known as "Georgie Buck."
THE VERSATILE AUSTIN SIMS
Princeton midfielder Austin Sims on winning gold with the U.S. National Team at the U-19 World Championships, versatility, and diversity in lacrosse.
PRINCETON ROWING HOSTS SPECIAL OLYMPICS NEW JERSEY
Since 2013, Princeton Rowing has partnered with Special Olympics New Jersey to make the sport more accessible – building a program that has become a passion project for several Tigers.
PRINCETON LACROSSE: THE PROGRAM
Princeton men’s lacrosse opened 2016 practice on Monday, February 1. But for the first two sessions, not a single lacrosse stick was involved.
BACK TO BASKETBALL: KERRY KITTLES
Nine-year NBA veteran Kerry Kittles joins the Princeton Basketball coaching staff.
PRINCETON AT PEARL HARBOR: LUAU
The Princeton men's basketball team takes in the sights and sounds of a luau on their last night in Hawaii for the Pearl Harbor Invitational.
THE LITTLEST MINUTEMAN
Since the UMass football program signed Jared Currier through Team Impact, both the team and the six-year-old have been able to learn from each other.
IN THE BUNKER W/ KIM PIERRE-LOUIS
UMass women's basketball senior Kim Pierre-Louis has dropped 60 pounds since she arrived on campus four years ago, transforming herself into one of the most dominant post players in the Atlantic 10
REMEMBERING ELAINE SORTINO
We look back at longtime University of Massachusetts softball coach Elaine Sortino through the eyes of those who knew her best.
NCAA TOURNAMENT CHRONICLES
Behind the scenes in Raleigh as the UMass men's basketball program prepares for its first NCAA tournament game in 16 years - a first-round meeting against Tennessee.
FOOTBALL STRONGMAN COMPETITION
Six teams of Minutemen compete for bragging rights in the 2015 University of Massachusetts Football Strongman Competition.
AMANDA KRAUS AND ROW NEW YORK
A look at Row New York, a community rowing program founded by former University of Massachusetts rower Amanda Kraus in 2002.
HENRY THEVENIN FOOTBALL CLINIC
Former UMass safety Darren Thellen returned to his alma mater, Brockton High School, for a youth clinic to honor the memory of former teammate Henry Thevenin, who died in June 2011 after a two-month battle with leukemia.
IN THE BUNKER W/ OLEG YEVENKO
After attending a trio of NHL development camps and representing his home country of Belarus at last year's IIHF World Championships, UMass hockey senior defenseman Oleg Yevenko is eyeing a professional career.