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[Production Supervisor] Natalie Wood:
What Remains Behind
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[Associate Producer, Home Entertainment and EPK] Doctor Sleep View Project [ 03 / 05 ] [Associate Producer, Home Entertainment and EPK] Ad Astra View Project [ 04 / 05 ] [Associate Producer, Home Entertainment and EPK] The Call of
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One Detail [Production Supervisor] Natalie Wood:
What Remains Behind
“Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind” is an HBO documentary that explores actor Natalie Wood’s life and career through the unique perspective of her daughter, Natasha Gregson Wagner, and others who knew her best. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2020 and debuted on HBO in May.

I supervised production for over 30 interviews and b-roll days. This included location scouts, booking locations, hiring crews, budgeting shoots, handling talent scheduling / transportation, and generally ensuring a smooth and stress-free shoot day. My main credit on the film was as a production supervisor, but I was heavily involved in the research and organization of hundreds of hours of archival footage and thousands of photographs — all of which needed to be properly verified, sourced and cleared.
With the help of the post-supervisor and clearance producer, we successfully delivered the documentary to HBO and Sundance with over 1200 clips/photographs/audio bites of cleared footage. My job was to make sure nothing fell through the cracks, and that every single item was accounted for or replaced with an asset that could be cleared (and also worked with the narrative).
The trailer features my drone shots in the opening seconds. The team at the film's premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2020.
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Two Detail [Associate Producer] Ad Astra
Bonus Content
I wrote the script and supervised post-production for Ad Astra's home entertainment bonus content. Working with two assistant editors, two editors, a graphics team and the finishing department, we delivered six pieces with a total runtime of over 45 minutes. Along with my post-production responsibilties, I hired crew and line-produced interviews with high profile talent including Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland and James Gray.
The Apple TV interface for Ad Astra's bonus features.
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Three Detail [Associate Producer] Doctor Sleep
Bonus Content
I managed the post-production (home entertainment, marketing and EPK deliveries) for Doctor Sleep, the sequel to the iconic "The Shining." I ideated and collaborated with editors to produce marketing pieces that walked a fine line between paying homage to "The Shining" and ensuring "Doctor Sleep" had its own look and voice. This film included a comprehensive EPK delivery. Working closely with the assistant editors, we selected soundbites from over 20 interviews and narrowed down a massive amount of b-roll into a sleek selects reel. All assets had to be closely monitored and kept organized as they advanced through the finishing process, including significant legal details pertaining to the use of anything from "The Shining."
Stephen King and director Mike Flanagan discuss "Doctor Sleep" and "The Shining."
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Four Detail [Associate Producer] The Call
of the Wild
Bonus Content
I wrote and supervised post-production for the home entertainment bonus content on Disney's "The Call of the Wild." The pieces heavily featured the great-granddaughter of author Jack London, Tarnel Abbott. I researched London's relatives, found Abbott, made contact and arranged for her to be in the featurettes. She provided insight into the history of the novel, offering a unique and compelling perspective. I also developed an elevated graphics look with our design team in order to visually show excerpts from Jack London's novel. With my creative direction, the team designed a modern, 3D space to showcase old photographs, using elements from the film as graphic devices.
This is the original book cover recreated using 3D graphics. To add visual interest, we framed old photographs in 3D-rendered scenes.
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Five Detail [about] About
Me
From business acquisition to final delivery, I facilitate the creation of feature length documentaries and behind-the-scenes content for blockbuster films and brands.

I was the production supervisor on an HBO documentary that premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2020. Along with my production experience, I simultaneously managed post-production for a variety of marketing and home entertainment content for films including Ad Astra, Doctor Sleep, The Call of the Wild and West Side Story.

I ensured on-time and on-budget delivery for the documentary and bonus content, including verifying complex legal approvals, working with external vendors, collaborating with internal creatives and delivering assets up to spec.
Beyond my role at Mob Scene, I am a Los Angeles Emmy® Award-winning producer, freelance videographer and editor for documentaries, live events, concerts, weddings and real estate. View Resume
I won a Los Angeles Area Emmy® Award for producing the TV documentary "Music Matter: LA Kids and Their Music."
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