I moved to New York to find a place to practice my skills and utilize my passion and talent in film. After working very hard for several years producing documentaries and freelancing in Massachusetts, I attended Connecticut School of Broadcasting and with six years of professional event videography and post-production experience, I was able to achieve the highest grade in the class, however it wasn't broadcasting that I was most interested in. So I moved around a bit after school, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and now finally I am permanently located in Brooklyn.
On my own, I’ve produced one short and two feature-length documentaries. I also have written three narrative screenplays with the aspiration to produce each and am working on a fourth. As a freelance event and wedding videographer I have gained the experience and understand the importance and gravity of time-management and being well prepared for any situation as well as nurturing excellent customer and interpersonal skills. With that, I've had countless hours behind the camera and working with a team of videographers and with associated contractors and even more time behind the editors desk and am skilled in all of the major non-linear editing systems.
In addition, upon moving to New York, I spent 3 months as an intern with a small production company in Brooklyn called Public Record. I was able to get involved in development, pre-production, and post for a variety of projects over the course of the program, and despite my years of experience, there was and is still so much to learn and so many opportunities to grow.