"Electric Road Trip" (2014) Writer, director, producer, editor. Tags along with Slade and his wife Novia Campbell as they attempt to drive
a fully electric vehicle all the way across the state of Maryland using only the public and private charging stations available
to the average consumer. Informative and entertaining,
the program hopes to spark conversations about how transporation infrastructure needs to evolve in the 21st century. [60 min,
documentary, Maryland Public TV] Also, author of the companion text: "The Electric Road Trip Begins."
"Historic Barns of
Maryland" (2012) Writer,
director, producer, editor. Examines the architectural, cultural, and historical significance of barns in Maryland, featuring
wooden, stone, and brick structures from around the state.
[60 min, documentary, Maryland Public TV] Also,
author of the companion text: "Barns of My Childhood."
“Eatin’ Crabs: Chesapeake Style” (2008) Writer, producer, editor. Features watermen, restaurateurs, and factory owners whose living depends on the
Chesapeake Bay blue crab. Premiered April 21, 2008 on Maryland Public Television, and became the most watched program on the
station's 2008 Chesapeake Bay Week. Recipient of 2008 National Capital Chesapeake Bay Emmy Awards. [30 min, documentary, Maryland Public TV]
"Cinder" (2015) Writer, director,
producer, editor. Abandoned
in the back country in her wedding dress with no cell phone, no money, and no way home, a young city trauma nurse (Novia
Campbell) quickly becomes part of a remote community in need of her medical skills. [100 min, drama, RUdoneYETfilms] www.cinderfilm.com
for the Trees" (1998) Writer, director, producer,
editor. Stressed out law student Zach McAllister (Patrick Egan) takes a five day bicycle
trip through the peaceful autumn woods of Western Maryland with his wife, his lover, and his lover's boyfriend.
Not exactly the getaway vacation he planned. Along the way, they encounter everything you'd expect on a camping trip
‑‑ rain, infidelity, and the realization that a truly healthy relationship is just
about impossible to find. HARRISBURG'S PATRIOT NEWS called it a "Not to be missed... triumph of talent
over budget... in this contemporary answer to THE BIG CHILL." BALTIMORE'S CITY PAPER called it "An
indie film in the most classic sense... A sincere, insightful exploration of love, friendship, and (in)fidelity... Engaging
and ambitiously realized. It's worth seeing." [100 min, drama, RUdoneYETfilms]
"Vid Kid: Water, Water, Everywhere" (2002) Writer, director, editor. Children's
host Bob the Vid Tech (Bob Heck) shrinks himself and traces water from the drain of his kitchen sink all the way out to the
bay in order to learn why Sid the Vid Fish -- who recently returned from a bay vacation -- is suddenly ill. A "fantastic
voyage" designed to help Vid Kids understand the importance of clean water. Recipient of 2002 National Capital Chesapeake Bay Emmy Awards. [30 min, children's show,
Maryland Public TV]
"Vid Kid: Music to My Ears"(2001) Writer, director, editor. During a Vid Tech family jam session, children's host Bob the Vid Tech realizes he's the only one who
doesn't know how to play a musical instrument. After some high energy, hands-on tutoring by the Maryland Symphony Orchestra,
Bob suddenly wants to play ALL the instruments AT ONCE! Is there any way he can? [30 min, children's show, Maryland Public TV]
"Vid Kid: Blast into Space" (2000) Writer, director, editor.
When Bob the Vid Tech's twin brother Biff accidentally teleports himself onto the
International Space Station, it's up to Bob to learn everything he can about outer space before hopping aboard the shuttle
to bring his brother home. Recipient of
2000 National Capital Chesapeake Bay Emmy Awards. [30
min, children's show, Maryland Public TV]
"Vid Kid: Meeting the Challenge"
(1998) Writer, director, editor. Host Bob the Vid Tech meets a group of very special Vid Kids ‑‑ children
with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities ‑‑ and tags along with them as they build muscles and self‑esteem
by horseback riding, camping and sailing. 30 min. Nomination for 1998 National Capital Chesapeake Bay Emmy Awards [30 min, children's show, Maryland Public TV]