Joe has been with NBC for over 39 years starting as an NBC page, as a tour guide and usher for many NBC shows in New York.
His first "real" entry into broadcasting came in 1974 when he became an associate director for the NBC Radio Network.
While at the radio network Joe
was assigned to the news and information services which was a 24 hour news feed.
also traveled for the network as the director of live sports.
In 1976 Joe
was made an associate director at the NBC
Televsion Network and started work in master control.
Within a year he was an associate director on NBC Nightly News, Donahue, Saturday Night Live and many game shows all produced at NBC.
In 1978 Joe was then assigned to NBC Sports and started a 10 year run working as an associate director and director for NBC baseball, football and many other sports.
Mainly concentrating on baseball he
worked on eight World Series as well as five Superbowl games.
In 1988 Joe was the associate director at the Summer Olympics in Korea and the World Series.
In 1989, Joe
was given the opportunity to "get off the road" and work full time at NBC
After a few years in news there was an opening on the Today Show, and in 1993 Joe
started directing the show.
On the Today Show, Joe
has directed all types of TV from hard news, Broadway & music performances and has traveled around the world a few times over.
has also directed segments for Seinfeld, Donahue, 3rd Rock From The Sun, and 30 Rock and various music and commercial projects.
Nominated for 10 Emmy awards Joe
, has won 6 awards and several Director Guild Awards.
He is a member of the Academy of Televsion Arts and Sciences and the American Society of Media Photographers.