I am from the great state of Connecticut. I received my BA in Communications with an emphasis on film in May 2006 from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA.
Immediately after graduation I was accepted into the prestigious Directors Guild-Producers Training Program for Assistant Directors in Los Angeles, CA. It was an honor to be among the few selected when over 1,000 applied, but only 15 were chosen. As a trainee I worked on huge projects such as acclaimed television show "ER," and the summer blockbuster film, "Land of the Lost." I completed the training program in September 2008 and now I am a proud member of the Directors Guild of America as a Second Assistant Director.
In the future i see myself making films of substance. I want the audience to leave learning something different that will help make them a better person. I am inspired by films such as "Crash," and "Slumdog Millionaire," to name a few. I want to be the kind of director that entertains, but also makes you think.