I'm a filmmaker and freelance videographer/editor living in Austin, TX. I'm very into film, indie music, and technology (specifically gadgets, social media and Google). I enjoy writing, reading, editing, discovering new music, television dramas, photography, and of course...movies!
I work as Creative Director at Golden Arm Productions, an Austin-based production company focusing on commercials, product videos and live events. I oversee the creative vision and execution of video projects from conception to completion. I perform a variety of roles based on the scope and type of project - writer, director, producer, cinematographer and/or editor - and manage the company's website and social media presence.
Here are links to a few projects that I've in some combination written, directed, produced, shot and edited:
On a never-ending quest to help people get better organized, the magical CraZy TACKz Kid saves the day with the brand new, decorative and versatile "Tack with a Hook." In this first episode, she teleports home to tackle the greatest challenge of them all ... organizing her own bedroom!
Home alone for the day, 12-year old tomboy Skye anticipates visiting the campsite of Stanley, her new "friend," a homeless Vietnam-vet living in the wooded park near her home. Mr. Green, Skye's neighbor, follows her and Stanley, but what are his intentions?
Hoping to pay for her baby boy's life-saving surgery, Chelsea White wins a spot on American Roulette, the #1 online reality show of the near future, hosted by the driven, narcissistic Jeffrey Chambers. Will Chelsea earn her "shot at happiness"?
Let Me Finish shares the personal experiences of Evan, Behanz, and Joy -- three life-long stutterers living in Austin, Texas. Through their compelling interviews, their group meetings at the National Stuttering Association Austin chapter, and expert testimony from leading UT Speech Language Pathologist Dr. Courtney Byrd, the documentary explores the physical and psychological effects of stuttering, dispels commonly held myths perpetuated by the media, and informs friends, family and others how they can help make communication a little easier for stutterers in their own lives.
Ryan's day begins with an opportunity to speak with his neighbor Rebecca. The outcomes of Ryan's two decisions unfold in parallel.