I began attending the Art Institute of Seattle in October 2011 and graduated with an Associate of Applied Arts Degree in Video Production in September 2013. While attending, I discovered that my two biggest strengths are screenwriting and editing.
From August to September of 2013, I completed a six week internship with Ride Snowboards, one of the biggest snowboard companies in the world. Here I edited over twenty-five product videos that are currently on their website.
In March of 2014 I began working for Skillshow, Inc., a sports video company which focuses on high school and college athletes. I was assigned to cut, edit and encode raw sports footage. I temporarily stopped working for them in April but came back the following June. In September of 2014, they no longer required my services.
In October 2014, I volunteered to edit "The True Artist", a short horror film for Bad Alien Productions. The short won the award for Best Use of Character in the 48-Hour Horror Film Festival.
Unique traits: Memorize movie quotes as well as movie facts, cast and crew, and plot points.
"The True Artist"
Film (short) by Bad Alien Productions Editor
Art Institute of Seattle
Tahoma High School