Garland works in television and film in the United States and abroad. He recently co-directed/produced the Peabody award winning documentary “180 Days: A Year Inside An American School”. The second installment of the "180 Days" documentary series is slated to air on PBS in the spring of 2015.
He also served as co-cinematographer on Wes Moores "Coming Back" series highlighting Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and for award winning documentary filmmaker Yoruba Richen's “The New Black,” airing in the summer of 2014 on PBS.
Prior to these projects he field produced on “Black in America 4,” for CNN. Other professional credits include producer/shooter on the BET’s special “Homecoming: The Killing of DJ Henry”, videographer for “One Day, One Destiny” a production of National Black Programming Consortiums broadcast series “AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange” and field producing on the TV One series "Murder In Black and White".
He holds a BA in Radio-TV-Film from Howard University and an MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts graduate film school.