Photo & Video


On this page I hope you enjoy some of my works that I’ve found most interesting. These are projects that I have either directed, filmed, edited, or entirely produced from top to bottom. I love it because I get to incorporate my artistic direction with clients who believe they are doing something special for their community, as seen in the BTS shot at the top of this page – I snapped this while assisting the St. John’s River Keeper create their documentary with PRC Media, based out of Jacksonville, Florida. Here are more of those clients and projects that share their own, unique message. My photography is featured at the bottom.


This is a piece I edited for Director and Choreographer, Marc Kimelman.


Here is a sizzle I produced for CBS’ southwest region.

This is a piece of my own that I directed and edited.















The Independent Alligator Front Page Feature – 2015

The Independent Alligator Feature – Parking Day 2015

Feature on WUFT News’ Instagram:


Some of my hired, recreational, and travel photography:

SIDELINE SUPPORT – Miller Dahl, 12, and Troy Aadams, 11, pass the time on the sidelines by playing in a football scrimmage. The boys have older and younger relatives particpating in the Alachua Rec Center’s Championship soccer tournament. (photo by Harley O’Neill)

TEAM VIOLIN – As part of a quartet in C Major, Annie Ho and Sean Choi take the violins. In this number they performed “Emperor” Op. 76, No. 3 originally by Franz Joseph Haydn. (photo by Harley O’Neill)


Serengeti, Tanzania 2013:

Jason Mraz, Blues Fest, Byron Bay NSW Australia 2013:


Egypt 2012:


This footage is not my own, but has been edited by me:

This footage is not my own, but has been edited by me:

This footage is not my own, but has been edited by me:

Here’s a fun, little music video I filmed and edited at IndepenDANCE Studio. After only one week of rehearsing a very popular song and dance, some of these previously-inexperienced popstars made their first YouTube debut. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the nostalgia 😉