I was born in the magical place where people don't pump their own gas and the birthplace of American cinema—New Jersey. I've loved movies my whole life and knew I wanted to direct them from a young age. My dream came true when I got accepted to film school at George Mason University in 2013.
A few years later in the summer of 2015 I got hired to my first professional directing job, making promo videos for Tennis Central. I was fortunate enough to create original web content and one television spot that played for national audiences.
After working on a number of projects in 2016 I spent summer interning at Run Riot Films learning about production, editing, and development from the talented people working there. I even got the chance to ride bikes around Central Park with Bill Nye.
I spent 2017 finishing my degree and my thesis film, a comedy about two best friends and their journey to find their missing socks. I'm currently shooting a documentary about a piece of history in my home town that could become lost forever. On the weekends you can find me watching baseball, hiking, or taking pictures.