When I’m not lounging around in Queens, I’m often in Brooklyn collaborating with one of my favorite people, Danny Behar, making weird, short videos to fight off boredom.
This video was inspired by a $2 glass from a thrift store. I directed and shot this video. Danny nailed it with the editing. If you don’t hire me, consider hiring him.
This summer in New York City, I had the wonderful experience of working on Like Glass, an exceptional short film that is currently in post-production.
I worked hard and quickly moved from PA to Project Manager, helping Producers with every aspect of behind the scenes work, including craft services, paperwork, talent wrangling, prop design, location managing, and equipment loading. My friends at Little Blondie Films and StoneStreet Cinema taught me so much about responsibility, and the enormous effort behind the hustle of getting a low budget film made.
Check out their fundraising page to see a trailer for the film. It’s worth your time.
My friends and wonderful colleagues at Making Pretend Productions invited me to help them participate in the 2017 New Haven 48 Hour Film Project. We exhausted ourselves and our creativity to write, produce, and edit a film, all within 48 hours.
All Points In Between was the recipient of Best Film, Best Sound Design, Best Editing, and Best Directing. We were also nominated for Writing, Sound Design, Best Cast, and Best Actress.
A Legitimate Television Show is a great production filmed in New York City.
I have had the opportunity to work as both the stage manager and as a camera operator on the show.
The most amazing opportunity I’ve received in my studies was the chance to work at Saatchi & Saatchi Wellness for two summers in New York City. Working under three of the top commercial producers in the country taught me an incredible amount about the business of television, and the business of working with people.
Small Things is an example of work I was tasked with doing for the 2016 Small Things Big Impact company-wide campaign.
Blue Wall: The Series is an exciting upcoming story of a band of cops who go above the law, when a drug bust that goes horribly wrong comes back to haunt them in unimaginable ways.
I have had the privilege of working for director Sheila Simmons on this dynamic and challenging project. Roles include production assistant, project manager, and director’s assistant.
At the beginning semester, my Advanced Television Studio class decided to create a channel full of various and exciting types of video content. Each student was responsible for producing at least one video project for the channel, as well as taking on different roles in a studio environment.
I’ve been lucky enough to take on many different roles within the studio production. I was the co-head of social media, as well as the primary editor of video content. Here are some highlights:
Director & Editor
Assistant Director & Editor
Executive Producer & Host