I was made in what Fitzgerald called West Egg, New York, (in modern-speak, that's Long Island, NY). But I took up Sinatra’s mantra on making it anywhere, So I put down the amazing bagels and pizza, picked up a pen, and started screenwriting. And then a camera, and well the rest is…
Starting at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, followed by an internship at Maker Studios, on to the 68th Festival de Cannes with IM Global, and ending with a degree in Cinema Arts and Science & Photography from Columbia College Chicago. I spent six years in Chicago building my portfolio from freelancing, to running at Whitehouse Post, and then becoming a Producer at Richter Studios. Through these experiences, I’ve collected this knack for storytelling, putting things together, and a love for everything that has to do with the screen. But, I’ve always found the most muse in cinema producing.
Off set, I’m most likely still obsessing over a good story and not so secretly crushing on Wes Anderson. In 2019, I moved back to New York because Sinatra said he missed me, so NYC, the best is yet to come.
STAY SUAVE DARLING,