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Chain Reaction
Chain Reaction Camera and Electrical Department
The Rainmaker
The Rainmaker Camera and Electrical Department
U.S. Marshals
U.S. Marshals Camera and Electrical Department
Home Alone
Home Alone Camera and Electrical Department


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 2001 Just Visiting (best boy electric)
 1998 Since You've Been Gone (TV Movie) (best boy electric)
 1998 U.S. Marshals (assistant chief lighting technician)
 1997 The Rainmaker (assistant chief lighting technician)
 1997 A Thousand Acres (lamp operator: Rochelle)
 1996 Chain Reaction (rigging electrician)
 1996 Crazy Horse (TV Movie) (best boy electric)
 1994 Ri¢hie Ri¢h (assistant chief lighting technician)
 1993 Rookie of the Year (best boy electric)
 1992 Mo' Money (best boy electric)
 1992 Gladiator (electric best boy)
 1991 Eyes of an Angel (electrician)
 1991 Only the Lonely (best boy electric)
 1990 Home Alone (best boy electric)
 1990 Opportunity Knocks (electrician)
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 1997 Swept from the Sea (assistant property master)
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 2002 Evelyn (location assistant)
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 2000 Unplugged (TV Series documentary) (production assistant - 1 episode)
- The Corrs (2000) ... (production assistant)

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