My latest demo reel covers some of my favorite projects from the last two years. Enjoy!
Documentary filmmaking is what brought me to the production world. It’s my main focus and favorite medium. Learning about the human experience through telling the stories of unique characters is one of my favorite parts of the job. And finding ways of portraying those stories that allows the audience to empathize with a subject’s circumstances is incredible.
Over the last few years, I’ve had a lot of fun delving deeper into trailer production. In that time I’ve learned that understanding how to so succinctly convey story, emotion, and is an art form in itself.
During my time as a CyberSecurity Program Manager for Microsoft, I was able to produce several training modules, videos, and educational content around that subject.
My first production projects were based in the Seattle Stand-up Comedy scene.
I’ve had the opportunity to be a fly on the wall at a few photo and film shoots. There’s something interesting about sitting back and witnessing how people find their creativity in different environments.
During my time as a producer and editor, I’ve had several opportunities to work with nonprofits that are doing amazing work. These nonprofits include the March for Science, the YMCA, the Seattle International Foundation, the Women’s March, Reel Girlz, and the Sickle Cell Foundation.
Every so often, I’ll be able to carve out time and film for fun. I went into these projects with interest but without a clear goal in mind, and so they didn’t quite make sense until I sat down to edit—there’s something kind of fun about that.