When I first started in film I was drawn to the creative process of shooting and editing, making a story come to life. What I wasn’t expecting was the rush that I would get watching people react to what I’d created.

I always knew this was what I wanted to do, ever since I was shooting on tape and editing on a VCR. But the realization that what I create can affect others put my passion over the top. It made it all feel like a purpose, a calling, more than a job.

Filmmaking has taken me around the world. Within those journeys I’ve realized that despite our diversity and our vast differences, we are inherently the same. We share the same emotions. There’s no feeling like reaching thousands of people from completely different walks of life and seeing them moved by my work.

That feeling is the same whether I’m working on one of my ongoing personal pursuits, or bringing to life the vision of a client. I’m no less inspired today than I was at 15. I’ve been entrusted with an amazing range of projects including true life stories, national marketing campaigns, features and short films. No matter what the project or budget, I cherish every opportunity to build a vision, come to set, connect with the people both in front of and behind the camera, and create something the world will not only see and hear, but feel.












I made my first film at 15, and I’ve been in love ever since.

The product I seek to deliver is emotion, and I bring it to all formats with the same rewarding impact.