- His early work in public television documentary was at KUID-TV in Moscow, ID. The nationally syndicated programs he produced while there include "Kellogg: the Best to You Each Morning" (1974), "Sweet Land of Liberty: The Moscow Pullman Gay Community" (1976), "The Press" (1976), and "Teton: Decision and Disaster" (1976).
- At KCTS-TV in Seattle, his documentary work included contributions to the PBS series "Enterprise" ("Boeing Vs. the World") and stand alone programs such as "Backstreets," an examination of the mental health system in the state of Washington, "Do I Look Like I Want to Die?" a look at nuclear safety, and "Mt. St. Helens: Why They Died."