Hi, I’m a documentary filmmaker in the San Francisco Bay Area in the United States.  I own all my own gear and work on a variety of projects with a range of budgets.




  • Camera
    • Canon HD video & photo DSLR ‘7D ii’
    • lenses: 17-50mm f2.8 w/ stabilizer, 70-200mm f2.8, 30mm f1.8 prime
  • Tripod / Handheld rig / Glidecam HD 2000
  • Audio
    • H4n portable audio recorder
    • Shotgun microphone w/ wind cover
    • wireless lavalier microphone
    • wired lavalier microphone
    • wireless handheld microphone
  •  Lights
    • on camera LED light panel
  • Editing
    • Macbook Pro 2.2Ghz quad core 8gb ram laptop
    • Final cut 7
    • Adobe Premiere, Photoshop & Lightroom CS5


Bunker is a documentary video producer with Survival Media Agency, a collective of activist photographers and filmmakers around the globe.  Together they help elevate messages of women, indigenous people and movements fighting for social and environmental justice.  For the past 5 years he has helped coordinate teams of media makers in India, Kenya and the USA, covering major events like the People’s Climate March, Break Free, United Nations Climate Change conferences, and most recently the J20, the Women’s March and Muslim Ban protests.

A recent award winning documentary, Growing Resistance, was filmed and produced by Bunker.  The film exposed the toxic irrigation of produce in California with the wastewater from oil and gas extraction.  His films also helped communities in San Benito and Monterey county pass measures to protect their water from dangerous fracking chemicals.  His most recent film on the Commons shares stories of resistance and resilience across the USA as people come together to take back their resources that have been privatized by corporations.

As a proud member of Liberated Lens, a radical film collective in the San Francisco East Bay, he believes that independent journalism, open media,  and access to people powered news is necessary for democracy to thrive.