Soundtracks which I composed, performed, arranged, engineered, mixed, edited. For a few of the following videos I also did the final sound mixdown and mastering.
Tesla Earth Day video, featuring a unique customized Model S, which addresses extinction and air pollution. 2015
Coalesse furniture brand video produced by Tolleson Design. 2012
Vision Video for the Unity Lab, a cutting-edge laboratory which utilizes innovative technology and transformational programs to promote Unity and Diversity. 2010
PBS and NIOT Documentary Class Actions 2012
It follows 3 stories of how students in high schools & colleges are fighting back against racism, hate violence, and bullying.
Dead Ink Archive by David Schendel. Featuring Sheryl Lee and Christopher Meehan. 2016
Musee Mecanique by Jeff Diehl for “Spots Unknown” 2011
A Spots Unknown Video about Masterworks Woodworking, who salvage condemned city trees and then build beautiful bicycles out of them. Directed and edited by Jeff Diehl, 2011
Intro sequence to the powerful PBS documentary produced by Not In Our Town, which tells the story of an anti immigrant murder in a small village on Long Island, and how it affects and brings a community together. 2011
Stories in Video, Demo Reel, 2012
An Italian cooking show. I arranged, performed, and recorded the intro and outro music. 2010
This PBS Spark episode features a segment on visual artist Victor Cartagena, air date September 2008.
Halo 2 Dance video choreographed and directed by Brian Gibbs. 2011
My music music are the strings section and arrangements. Guitars intro and outro by Chris Webb.
Coalesse Designer Patricia Urquiola interview, 2012
Ball Lightening (click on title to see video)
A film written by Barry Gifford, directed by Amy Glazer 2003. I also did the atmospheric sound designs during the all the flashbacks. 2003
Video about slough near Candle Stick Park in SF, by Jeff Diehl for “Spots Unknown” 2010
It features music from my band Ghosts and Strings.
Coalesse Designer Stephen Copeland interview 2013
ReAllocate is a global organization that draws on a network of volunteer innovators, technologists, designers, and business brains to solve real-world humanitarian challenges. As a partner for the “Printing the Future” program, ReAllocate provided mentors, organizational and technical support to orchestrate a workshop for at-risk high school girls to learn the printing process and create prints of their own work.