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Annapolis Art Department


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 2018 Light of My Life (post-production payroll accountant) (post-production)
 2018 Polaroid (post-production payroll accountant) (completed)
 2017/I Tau (post-production payroll accountant) (completed)
  Hotel Artemis (post-production payroll accountant) (post-production)
 2017 Home Again (post-production payroll accountant)
 2017/I Stronger (post-production payroll accountant)
 2017 The Glass Castle (post-production payroll accountant)
 2017 Wish Upon (post-production payroll accountant)
 2017 Power Rangers (post-production payroll accountant)
 2016 The Beatles: Eight Days a Week - The Touring Years (Documentary) (post-production payroll accountant)
 2007 What Goes On (TV Series) (production accountant - 10 episodes)
- Water: Part 2 (2007) ... (production accountant)
- Water: Part 1 (2007) ... (production accountant)
- Roadtrip (2007) ... (production accountant)
- Reflection (2007) ... (production accountant)
- ID (2007) ... (production accountant)
 2005 Rounding First (production accountant)
 2003 The Good Thief (production assistant)
 2002 Emmett's Mark (assistant: Franny Baldwin Benullo) / (production assistant)
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 2006 Annapolis (construction estimator - as Bruce D. Wrigley)

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