For as long as I can remember, I've always known movies.
From watching "JAWS" at age six, to "The Exorcist" at ten, to "Victoria" at thirty-two. My entire life has revolved around watching, analyzing, discussing, re-watching, and supporting movies. Movies were my escape from the mundane. However, it never occurred to me that I could do more than just observe them. The title of filmmaker was reserved for the select elite that had helped raise me: the initiated.
When I was thirty my friend handed me a script she was writing. Knowing that I was not the average movie-goer, she asked me to give her some notes on anything I felt wouldn't read well on screen. Dialogue, continuity, etc. It was my first taste of creating a film; and it forever changed me.
Since that initial script reading, I've gone onto to direct a handful of short films, a couple PSAs and even some music video work.
I spent my entire life chasing what I thought I was "supposed" to do, and now I plan on spending the rest of it chasing what I want to do. I'd love to collaborate with anyone who wants to rock and roll with me!