In College Jeff did a 2 year internship with A&M Records where he work in promotions and artist relations with top named bands such as The Police, Squeeze, Joe Jackson, Rita Coolidge, Peter Frampton, Joan Baez, Cat Stevens, Chuck Mangione, and Pablo Cruise just to name a few.
With over 40 years experience in the broadcast industry Jeff has participated in the production of many hit television shows. In the early 80’s he started as a field producer for Westinghouse Broadcastings PM /Evening Magazine. He settled in the Boston area in 1981 and worked for the Public Affairs Department and News operations at WBZ-TV and later transitioned to PBS station WGBH where he worked on This Old House, Victory Garden, Mystery Theater and Masterpiece Theater as well as Emmy Award Winning WGBH News At 10.
During the summer of 1986 Jeff moved out to Los Angeles as an employee of a startup cable channel called Movietime, which is now known as E! Entertainment. During Jeff’s time in Los Angeles he has worked for many news organizations and daytime / primetime television shows too numerous to mention.
In Jeff’s 40 years of broadcast experience he and the shows he has worked on have been the recipients of a number of Emmy Awards, A Gabriel Award, The Ohio State Award and a Golden Microphone for best spot news reporting.
Presently Jeff is working as a freelance cameraman / producer in the Los Angeles/ Phoenix area. Since 1996 Jeff has worked on either or both republican or democratic national conventions for NBC Network News. He also worked 18 full months on The OJ Simpson Criminal trial.
Jeff has also worked writing press releases and scheduling press conferences. When Vice president Pence was in Arizona Jeff was asked to be The National Pool Cameraman.
Jeff attended the Nikon School of Photography as well as getting his Bachelors in Mass Communications and Business and Industrial Communications Degree at Emerson College. Jeff has worked both as a Video/ Film Camera Operator and freelanced for UPI while in Boston and has been published in the New York Times.