Joe is an Emmy-nominated producer, director and writer credited on over 40 hours of broadcast television for PBS, Discovery, History, Smithsonian, Travel, Spike, and others. His work has taken him across six continents, from Andean peaks to the plains of Namibia to the Arabian Desert.
Joe's 2021 credits include the Laurence Fishburne hosted, "Expedition Bermuda Triangle," for History; the Jeremy Iron's voiced, "Architects of Ancient Arabia," for Discovery International; and a mini-series for The Discovery Channel U.S. about Gold Rush star, Todd Hoffman. Joe produced and directed on the 4-part PBS series, Native America, named by the Washington Post as one of the top ten shows to check out in Fall 2018. His other notable work includes directing the groundbreaking 2013 PBS mini-series, Coming Back, where Joe worked with best-selling author and retired Army Captain Wes Moore to document stories of U.S. combat veterans returning to civilian life.
Joe brings a strong cinematic approach to his branded content. His body of commercial work includes brands like Staples, Bank of America, Hastings, and M Gemi. His 2017 PSA about teen opioid abuse was nominated for an Emmy Award.