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TRAVEL

Florida’s Best Beach Hotels

Dreamingof a beach get-away and wondering where to go? JetSetter takes you on atour of Florida’sbest beach hotels.

Thisis one episode of a five-part video series on travel Ishot/edited/produced for JetSetter/TripAdvisor.

America'sMost Beautiful Places

Lookingfor your next trip idea?JetSetter takes you on a tour of America's mostbeautiful destinations.

Thisis one episode of a five-part video series on travel I shot/edited/produced forJetSetter/TripAdvisor. 

BIOGRAPHY

PETER HOLT- A LEGACY OF SERVICE

The Woodrow Wilson Center honors San Antonio Spurs owner Peter Holt with this biography video. 

This is a co-production that aired at the Woodrow Wilson Awards Ceremony Dinner.

RED MCCOMBS: BIGGER THAN TEXAS

This biography honors billionaire and serial entrepreneur Red McCombs for his philanthropy. 

This is a co-production that aired at the Woodrow Wilson Center Awards Ceremony Dinner.

SCIENCE

FIGHTING NATURAL DISASTERS FROM SPACE

Four hundred miles above the Earth's surface, a satellite spins. And with every circle around our Earth, it helps us manage one of the most costly natural disasters in our country-flooding. 

(Nasa.gov.)

TRACKING WATER FROM SPACE

Parts of the country are suffering from serious drought—most notably California, where Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in January 2015 and imposed strict conservation measure. A technology called METRIC holds promise for tracking water use. 

(Nasa.gov.)

WHEN OZONE COMES FROM UNEXPECTED PLACES

Ozone is a tricky thing. In one level of our atmosphere it protects us from harmful UV rays; In another, it can cause asthma, lung problems, and chest pains. While the EPA says a healthy amount of ground-level ozone is 75 parts per billion, recent discoveries about the gas call that figure into question. 

(Nasa.gov. )

MONTREAL PROTOCOL

Remember the Ozone Layer? Luckily, it's still there, thanks to legislation like The Montreal Protocol. Industry leaders, scientists, and congressmen came together to regulate CFC's so that they wouldn't destroy the earth's protective shield. This story takes a look back at how the legislation came together.

(This video I produced and edited aired at the 2011 Symposium on Ozone and Climate Change in Washington, D.C.)

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