Gary has worked in many aspects of film and television production for the past 30 years, ranging from stop-motion animation ( clay and foam puppets), music videos, low budget films, television shows, corporate and medical training videos, political campaign spots, and documentary films. His clay animation and stop-motion work include pieces for Washington, D.C.’s NBC affiliate, MTV, The Smithsonian Institute, The Bureau of National Affairs Communications, Senators John Kerrey and George Mitchell, Snapple, The 2003 American Business Ethics Awards, The Discovery Channel, and the film “Metamorphosis: The Alien Factor”. Working as a film and audio technician, some of his clients include ABC’s 20/20, PBS, C-Span, NBC, NBC Sports, Don Johnson Productions for The Horatio Alger Awards, FOX News Channel, America’s Most Wanted, The Center For Missing and Exploited Children, National Geographic Explorer, GEICO, The U.S.Holocaust Mseum, The Federal Reserve, Navy Federal Credit Union, BMW of America, The Department of Education, The Department of Defense , and The Burt Reynolds Institute For Film and Television.
Gary is an EMMY Award winning Film Technician for the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C. He was the Director of Photography on the political mockumentary “Bottomfeeders “, which won Best Documentary at the 2001 New York Film Festival. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Cinematography from The University of Bridgeport, CT. in 1988 . In 1999 he received his Certificate for Television Animation Production from Will Vinton Studios ( now known as LAIKA ); home of The California Raisins and Dominos Pizza Noid commercials.