Freelancers with Bill Gentile is a documentary series about the new generation of daring, determined, tech-savvy journalists increasingly filling the void left by mainstream media retreating from news coverage abroad.

 

Woven together by a letter written to the city of Baltimore by a young man named John Chalmers, the film profiles two students who participate in Next One Up, a nonprofit program which serves high-risk student-athletes in Baltimore City.

John reflects on his childhood in Baltimore City and the importance of support systems like Next One Up for youth facing the severe challenges of growing up in cities across America.

The film also takes a deeper look into Next One Up's programming and the incredible avenues of support and opportunity offered to their young men as they develop into Baltimore's future leaders. 

Dear Baltimore is an official selection of the 2017 DC Shorts Film Festival.

 

NBA pre-draft Pro Day workout put on by Pro Hoops, Inc. for Excel Sports Management.

 

Profiles of three young men at various stages in their involvement with Next One Up. Founded in 2009, Next One Up supports high-risk student athletes throughout Baltimore City. The program provides year-round academic, athletic, and mentoring resources from middle school through college.

 

 

This short documentary tells the story of Salud y Vida Nicaragua Community Health Workshops and their impact upon the communities they serve. 

 

 

Short video about Pro Hoops Academy in NYC. I edited this piece, which was shot by Director of Photography / Producer Elgin Fulton. 

 

 

Video for Amsterdam-based DJ duo Bang n' Mash during Amsterdam Dance Event 2017. Footage from 020 Bass Punks Boat Party & Ghetto Funk Birthday / ADE Boat Party. 

 

 

Short promo video for DJ Nick Names.

 

 

Short profile on Next One Up member Sherrod Hawkes.

 

 

The sights and sounds of the Women's March On Washington, D.C.

 

Extended version - This short documentary tells the story of Salud y Vida Nicaragua Community Health Workshops and their impact upon the communities they serve.

Short documentary about the continued vandalism of the signs commemorating Emmett Till’s death after they were put up in 2007.