After being born in Santa Monica and living in Los Angeles for three years, my intrepid parents packed up and moved my family to Mexico for what was planned to be a one year experience. We ended up living there for 7 years and then moving to Texas for the remainder of my childhood. I have a lot to owe my creative spirit to Mexico and Austin. Since third grade I have been enchanted with the medium of film. My mother taught me how to use to the family’s VHS camera and since then I have been captivated. To date I have made many shorts narrative films. In high-school I started a film club where we made films under the production name: “Almost Cool Films.” Before and since I have made other narrative shorts— my latest and greatest yet is currently in the post-production phase which was shot summer 2018 in Cape Cod. I have made several documentaries, one of which played at the Student White House Film Festival where I had the distinct honor of meeting President Obama. I also have a love for music and have done several music videos.
I am twenty years old and a sophomore at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. My freshman year I attended Emerson College in Boston, but after my first year I transferred. New York City was calling my name.
At the moment I am working on a documentary about a rapper who goes by as Thutmose. I am focusing on his creative process and lifestyle.
I love working with people, telling stories, and creating exciting visuals.