Boom! Boom! – and Mr. October

From Academy Award winners Alex Gibney and John Battsek, be sure to check out the two part documentary series on Apple TV, “Boom! Boom! The World vs Boris Becker” about the incredible rises and falls of tennis legend Boris Becker. This project was two years in the making and it was a blast to work with Jigsaw Productions again after working with them on “Tiger.”

Also premiering today on Amazon, check out “Reggie” about baseball Hall of Fame legend Reggie Jackson. From Delirio Films, who I had the pleasure of working with on “They Call Me Magic”


I am thrilled to share that the recently wrapped feature length documentary, “Stephen Curry: Underrated,” will be having a special premiere screening at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival on January 23rd. The film is directed by Peter Nicks, via Proximity Media and A24. This project was a blast to work on and will soon have its streaming premiere on Apple+.

Boris Heads To Berlin!

…but before the holidays hit, I am thrilled to share that the (currently untitled) Boris Becker documentary project I have worked on for the past 18 months has been accepted for a special premiere screening at the 2023 Berlin Film Festival. The two-part series will then have a full premiere on the Apple+ streaming service. The project comes from Oscar winning filmmakers Alex Gibney and John Battsek.

More details via Deadline and Apple

Wrapping up another year

For the third year, I was lucky to team up again with Uninterrupted on their 6-part docu-follow series “Top Class.” Season three recently dropped on Amazon’s Freevee (fka IMDBTV) and the trailer is here below.

I also want to express my thanks to HBO for having me on the entire season of “Back on the Record with Bob Costas,” where I had the opportunity to reconnect and work with a number of my former colleagues from my old HBO days.

In the meantime, I am thrilled to share that I am wrapping up projects with A24/Proximity Media, and Jigsaw Productions/Ventureland, which will be having exciting news to share regarding their premieres shortly after the new year. Until then, stay safe, stay wll.

Recent and Upcoming!

February marked the premiere of the 10-episode series “The Tournament,” a massive 3-year long undertaking to tell the definitive history of the ACC’s Men’s Basketball Tournament. The project, another collaboration with Hock Films, was a blast to work on and took me deeper into North Carolina basketball than I ever could’ve imagine. Check out the trailer below and watching re-airs on the ACC Network or streaming on the ESPN+ service. You can also read this story from the North Carolina State University Library about the research conducted in their unparalleled basketball film collection here.

Next up will be “SHARK” an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary on legendary golfer Greg Norman, with a detailed look at his life, career, and unprecedented collapse at the 1996 Masters Tournament. I had a great time working with three of my former HBO Sports colleagues, Jason Hehir and Thomas Odelfelt as co-directors, and producer Matt Chase. Check out the trailer and tune in this Tuesday night!

Lastly, I had the privilege to work on “They Call Me Magic,” the 4-part documentary on the life and career of NBA icon Magic Johnson. This series premieres on Apple+ April 22nd. Tune in and enjoy!


September 6th will see the premiere of Episodes 1 & 2 of the new docuseries “Countdown: Inspiration4 Mission to Space,” from TIME Studios and “The Last Dance” director Jason Hehir. As a born-and-raised Floridian where space was always part of the news cycle, it’s quite exciting to be part of a production like this. The I4 mission will be the first all-civilian mission and will orbit the planet for 3 days. Check out the official trailer below, and tune in on Labor Day!

Hot Summer, New Series!

I hope everyone is staying safe and well this summer. And with the upcoming Tokyo Olympics just around the corner, I am excited to share work I have done on two fantastic series as Archival Producer.

First is “Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts,” a 6-episode docu-follow about a handful of female gymnasts vying to make Team USA. The first 4 episodes are already live, with the final two premiering on the Peacock streaming service July 14 and 21.

Up next is “Naomi Osaka,” from the Academy Award-nominated director of “Time,” Garrett Bradley. This 3-episode series looks at the life and career of the 4-time Grand Slam tennis champion over a roughly 15-month period in 2019 and 2020.

More to come in the following months, but for now, check out the trailers for both series below, and hopefully check out the shows too!

It’s Wrestling Time

I have had the pleasure of working with the fantastic crews at JMH Films on a series of three Biography documentaries for A&E’s upcoming block of WWE-focused programs. The first one will premiere April 18th on the one and only ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin. Other wrestlers will be featured weekly over an eight-week period, including Mick Foley and the Ultimate Warrior, which I was also happy to have worked on as Archival Producer. Check out the preview for the series below, and tune in soon!