On the side, I work as a freelance filmmaker, video editor, graphic designer, and motion graphics artist and serve my alma mater, USC, as a Bay Area alumni ambassador for the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.
My last job was Multimedia Producer for the San Francisco bureau of The Wall Street Journal where I shot, edited, produced, and published video content for the website and newspaper QR code links. Since then I have occasionally worked for them on a freelance basis.
In filmmaking news, I'm currently Script Supervising (and may edit) a feature comedy horror written and directed by a colleague. I'm also finalizing an on-spec TV pilot that I co-directed in late 2017. Our private premiere screening was scheduled for June 2018. Previously, my short suspense thriller film G.P.S.premiered in April 2014 at the Sonoma International Film Festival and in Los Angeles at the FirstGlance Film Festival and also played in September 2014 at the California Independent Film Festival in Moraga.
I majored in Cinema-Television at the USC School of Cinematic Arts and minored in Music Recording at the USC Thornton School of Music. I completed my bachelor's degree at USC in 2003 and I participated in the much-coveted summer college internship at Lucasfilm's Industrial Light + Magic in the summer of 2001. I also completed my masters degree in Communication Management in 2010 at the USC Annenberg School where I also worked in the Multimedia Technologies department as a trainer, supervisor, and media producer for several years.
I currently reside in Clayton, California (in the East San Francisco Bay Area). I enjoy playing piano and guitar, swimming, working out, watching my favorite sports teams (USC Trojans, San Francisco 49ers, and San Francisco Giants) and having as much fun with my family and friends as I can.