I am a New England native and fell in love with producing non-fiction work in High School, which led me to pursue a career in Documentary filmmaking at Emerson College. Since then, I've had the opportunity to produce museum media, TV documentaries, and advertisements.
In addition to filmmaking, travel and adventure have become favorite pastimes of mine. I’ve backpacked Europe, built houses in Nicaragua, and explored numerous National Parks across the country.
If I could have any job in the world, it would be one where I could travel and create films that educate people about environmental and social issues; moving them to act or make change. I explored this idea in my latest personal endeavor, The Strong People. I produced, co-directed and edited this short length documentary chronicling the largest dam removal in U.S. history on the Elwha River in Washington State, looking specifically at the affects and effects the removal had on the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe.
My career has taken me from freelance producing for independent documentary projects to becoming a producer/editor for Northern Light Productions. Currently, I work in Integrated Production at Hill Holliday, an advertising agency in Boston. I am always thinking of the next idea, next project and next move in my career.
One day, I hope to own my own production company.