In addition to being a Lab Tech at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, I am also an aspiring screenwriter and film director. I have been writing since the age of 12 and was introduced to screenwriting as a high school freshman. After graduating high school, I took a job at Johns Hopkins University. While working at JHU I have also been studying film, first at Anne Arundel Community College (2006-2009) and now at Stevenson University (2012-present). I have also gained video production experience while working at JHU where I have produced several training videos for sampling methods and techniques used in the research projects that I am involved in. I continue to find time to write everyday. Most of my work falls into three genres: crime drama/noir, horror, and suspense thriller. Though my main focus is writing, I would relish the opportunity to one day direct a project of my own.