King of the Hamptons is the first full length movie I worked on, it was shot over the course of 1 1/2 years. I started shooting part way into the documentary during the first summer of shooting. It was exciting to just go and basically start shooting which was the style of how we shot the movie. I call it run and gun. This is the Director Dennis Lynch talking to Nicole Brewer from Hamptons.com about the movie and what he is doing currently (which I shot).
In February of this year I had the pleasure of traveling to Haiti with a group of Rotarians from the Long Island area. There mission was to install 18 solar panels on a remote clinic in a small town named Nan Sema. My job was to document the journey. My oldest son Andy who is an experienced solar installer went as well.
This is a video I did on the statistics of homelessness on the east end of Long Island. People don't expect that in such a affluent, resort area there would be people that are homeless, but there are. It was also shown at fundraisers to get funds to keep Maureen's Haven going.