DOCUMENTARY

Active Shooter: Managing the Mass Casualty Threat

This one-hour documentary, filmed on location, profiled the lessons learned from responses by law enforcement and other first responders at mass shootings at Columbine H.S., the Century 16 Movie Theatre in Aurora, CO, at Los Angeles International Airport, and at the Washington Navy Yard in Washington D.C. Produced for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

 

Thinking Money: The Psychology Behind our Best and Worst Financial Decisions

Thinking Money is a nationally distributed public television documentary that explores what behavioral economics has to tell us about how and why we spend, save (or don’t) and think about money.  It presents some of the country's innovative thinkers who mix economics with psychology. Their experiments and insights into our financial behavior enlighten and often amuse as we learn to recognize how both our brains and the marketplace can trick us into spending money we shouldn’t.
 
The program explores a whole raft of techniques, apps, websites and ways of thinking that help us to save for the types of things that make our lives more secure: emergency funds, our kids’ education, and ultimately our comfortable retirements. 

Understanding Elder Abuse

Filmed a series of five short documentary pieces that looked at law enforcement responses to real cases of Elder Abuse around the country. This piece looks at two severe cases in Montgomery County, Maryland. The stories were produced for the International Association of Chiefs of Police and are designed to be viewed as part of law enforcement training during Roll Call at police stations across the country. 

CTIA Wireless is Limitless - CBIB's

 

A wireless buoy system in the Chesapeake is delivering real-time data on weather and water conditions to fishermen, environmentalists, and weather forecasters. In the process, it is helping to transform conditions on the Bay,

One of a dozen 3-minute stories we produced that show how wireless is transforming the way we live-- as part of the wireless industry’s “Wireless is Limitless” campaign.



CTIA Wireless is Limitless - Big Belly

 

Philadelphia shows off its 1200 solar-powered wireless trash cans, which save the city over a million dollars a year in fuel costs while serving as active billboards for environmental awareness.

One of a dozen 3-minute stories we produced that show how wireless is transforming the way we live-- as part of the wireless industry’s “Wireless is Limitless” campaign.