I'm an LA-based director, cinematographer, and ACE Eddie Award nominated editor who has been working in video production for as long as I can remember. Most recently, I worked with SNL cast member Chloe Fineman to help produce and edit her segments for Saturday Night Live: At Home. Along with other editors from the first at-home SNL episode, I am nominated for an ACE Eddie Award for Best Edited Variety/Talk Sketch Show! Before quarantine (B.Q.), I directed comedian John Early and shot/produced/edited the short film I Love Lisha, which was optioned by Fox21 TV!
Truly never saw this coming, but I've somehow ended up working a lot in comedy recently and I'm loving it. However, most of my work is through my own freelance production business. I've worked with all sorts of corporate and small business clients to produce creative digital content for their brands. In 2013, I directed a documentary about public education narrated by Peter Coyote (he does the Ken Burns docs—ikr!).
I've been so fortunate to own and operate my own video production business since high school. This allowed me to grow my creative skillset from a young age and gave me the ability to focus on building my skillset and not be distracted by working a 9-5. This is truly my passion. I literaly cannot stop doing it.
Currently, I am directing a short documentary about musician Tom Kelly and developing a thrilling true-crime docuseries about a bizzare story from my hometown that made national headlines!