I have worked on film sets since the age of 14 when I interned on the feature film In Our Nature. I started in the grip & electric department, but have since concentrated on working in the camera department.
I have worked on a variety of sets, from low budget indie feature and short films, to commercials for companies including AT&T, Chevrolet, Aeropostale, Aveeno, Neutrogena, Tylenol, and Bud Light. I have experience working in a variety of production environments including work as a director of photography and a 1st and 2nd assistant cameraman.
In 2012, I directed my first short film: The Symbol of Peace, a short documentary that was an official selection of film festivals including the Austin Film Festival. Although I have directed other pieces, my passion in film is for work as a director of photography and working with tight-knit camera teams.
I am also an Emergency Medical Technician. Certified in New York, Massachusetts, and nationally by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. I currently volunteer at the Central Park Medical Unit in New York City, and previously worked at SeniorCare EMS in 2016. My training includes EMT-B and American Heart Association BLS For Health Professionals (CPR). As a crossover with film, I also work as a Set Medic.
At the start of 2017 I was recognized with my crew for "Life Saving Actions" by The Traffic Squad Benevolent Association after saving a life in the early hours of New Years.