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Long before I was an ad man, I started my career as a documentary filmmaker. We all make mistakes. 

Feature Films

Ballplayer: Pelotero

"A Hoop Dreams for Baseball" - The Washington Post

A decade before I worked for MLB, I was a baseball fan perplexed by this question: Why are Dominicans so dominant at baseball? Trying to answer that question sent me to the Dominican Republic for nine months in 2009 and resulted in my first feature-length film. A critic's pick in the NYT, WSJ, and NY Mag, Ballplayer: Pelotero played at dozens of film festivals, premiered in theaters across the country in 2012, and won a few awards. It was broadcast on HBO, Netflix, and Fusion. Narrated by John Leguizamo. 

Writer, Director, Producer

12 O'Clock Boys

"The Wire with wheelies" - The Torontoist

Get 'em up! If your handlebars don't hit 12 O'clock, you ain't part of Baltimore's infamous wheelie-crazed dirt bike posse. The film debuted at SXSW in 2013 and won an audience award before hitting theaters nationwide and airing on Showtime. It was recently adapted into the film Charm City Kings starring Meek Mill. 

Associate Producer

Schooled: The Price of College Sports

"The film the NCAA doesn't want you to see" - SLAM

Why don't college athletes get paid? That's the central question of my sophomore directorial feature Schooled: The Price of College Sports. Adapted from Pulitzer Prize winner Taylor Branch's book The CartelSchooled premiered on EPIX in 2013. Featuring interviews with Bob Costas, Arian Foster, Frank Deford, and narrated by Sam Rockwell.

Director, Writer

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