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Engagement Camera and Electrical Department
(2012)
The Last Man Standing Camera and Electrical Department
(2010)
Beneath Camera and Electrical Department
(2011)
Snow Jacket Cinematographer
(2012)

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 2012 Engagement (additional assistant camera)
 2012 The Dinner (Short) (camera operator)
 2012 16-Bit Sunrise (Short) (camera operator)
 2011 Tent City, USA (Short) (camera operator)
 2011 Venus vs. Mars (Short) (best boy)
 2011 A Haunting in Salem (Video) (second assistant camera)
 2011 Beneath (Short) (camera operator)
 2010 Nimble Digits (Short) (first assistant camera)
 2010 Pitter Patter (Short) (electrician) / (grip)
 2010 The Last Man Standing (Short) (camera operator)
 2010 Maximum Balloon: Groove Me (Video short) (best boy electric - uncredited)
 2010 Passing On (Short) (key grip - as Alex Dobbs)
 2009 James Warwick (Short) (gaffer)
 2009 The Unbreaking Point (Short) (best boy)
 2009 Mr. and Mrs. Pratt (Short) (dolly grip - as Alex Dobbs)
 2009 Where It Stops (Short) (gaffer - as Alex Dobbs)
 2008 Generation Y (Short) (gaffer)
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