At an early age I became passionate about wanting to learn how to become a visual storyteller. At Tallahassee Community College I studied photography, film studies and digital cinema.  I received my AA from T.C.C. and transferred to Florida State University and studied in the communications department  and earned my B.A. in Media Production.  


In 2007 I earned my MFA in film production from The Florida States Universities College of Motion Picture and Recording Arts. Here I learn various aspects of film production and worked on various award winning student films serving as editor, composer, and director of photography.


I have over a decade of experience as a creative director, videographer, editor and sound designer on feature documentaries,  short films, music videos, public service announcements, promos and corporate videos.

I’m currently courtesy faculty at 
The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts.  I'm teaching documentary editing and I’m also a post-production specialist, who provides technical support to the faculty, staff and students in all aspects of video & audio post-production. I really enjoying working with creative people and helping them take their ideas and visions to the next level.


I served as Cinematographer and Editor on Abe, a short film that won a Student Emmy Award.

I was cinematographer and editor on "Bus Ride Zero", which award for outstanding Public Service Announcement at BEA 2015. 

I was cinematographer and editor on "Abe", which won a student Emmy in 2007

I wrote, directed and edited "Imagine Green", which won best Public Service Announcement at BEA 2010. 

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