NATIVE VOICES, EDITOR
The Ute Bear Dance is the first chapter of a five-screen installation for the Utah Natural History Museum that describes the customs and traditions of five Native American tribes. This program received the Golden Muse Award, the American Alliance of Museums' highest honor, for excellence in the use of video within a museum exhibit.
BRIEFING ROOM, EDITOR
Short excerpt from a three-monitor exhibit at the National World War II Museum in Louisiana, telling the story of the Allied invasion of North Africa.
A PLACE CALLED POARCH, WRITER/PRODUCER/EDITOR
This two-screen orientation video, produced for the Poarch Band of Creek Indians in Atmore, Alabama, traces the history of the tribe from the earliest archeological records through today. These two clips represent the storytelling approach. Eric Carlsen provided the opening title animation and the maps, Molly O'Brien Co-Produced with some additional editing by Dan Mooney.
CROSSING THE DIVIDE, PRODUCER/EDITOR/WRITER
A three-screen installation for the Missouri Historical Society about Lewis and Clark's encounter with the Shoshone tribe in the Bitterroot Mountains between present-day Montana and Idaho.