One of the strongest skills I have is working with others to pull a project together. I naturally take the lead and try to make the best work possible. Both characteristics help in being a producer. Throughout my undergrad education I was thrust into producing roles and now that I’m at Columbia, I’m learning to harness my OCD need for paperwork and my creativity to develop and produce films that look as good as they feel. I love being a producer and can take your project from concept to finished piece.
My whole life I’ve been a “techy.” After falling into film, the camera department gave me an outlet to feed my need for gear. My love of gear has met my love of visual storytelling in the best of ways. I love using cinematographers’ tools to enhance the emotion and story of my work. While I’m still bolstering my shooting portfolio and learning new techniques (and will be for life), I’ve developed a style of my own that pulls from all the experiences I’ve picked up along the way.
One of my biggest passions in life is technology. I strive to be on the forefront of the tech scene. Being in the midst of today’s film industry means getting to utilize the best technologies in new and creative ways. Over the last few years I’ve amassed a solid base of camera, lighting, and audio equipment; and my inventory is ever growing. I’ve started offering low cost rentals from my personal stock. Check out my "Gear" page for a full list.