First feature credit ("sound montage"), Coppola's "The Rain People"
Was a film editor and sound mixer for "The Godfather: Part III"; earned Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing
Worked on the film "The Talented Mr. Ripley"
Feature screenwriting debut, co-wrote (with Lucas) script for "THX 1138" (Lucas' feature directorial debut); also received sound credit
Relocated to San Francisco on the advice of former classmate George Lucas to collaborate with Lucas and Francis Ford Coppola
Reteamed with Anthony Minghella for "Cold Mountain," served as film editor and sound mixer; earned Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing
Served as film editor and sound mixer for "First Knight"
Served as film editor on "The Unbearable Lightness of Being"
Worked as an editor and sound mixer on the film "Romeo Is Bleeding"
Feature debut as writer-director, "Return to Oz"
First collaboration with Anthony Minghella, served as editor and sound mixer for the Oscar winning film "The English Patient"
Worked as film editor and sound mixer for the film "Ghost" earned Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing
As a freelancer, cut eductional films, commercials and documentaries in Los Angeles
First collaboration with Lucas, served as sound editor and contributed to screenplay of Lucas' sci-fi student short "The Electronic Labyrinth: THX-1138: 4EB"
Served as one of the many sound people on "Gimme Shelter", the Maysles brothers' landmark document of the Rolling Stones fateful Altamont concert
Worked as an editor and sound mixer for Coppola's American Zoetrope company
Worked as production manager for United States Information Agency (USIA) film department