I've been making movies and telling stories my entire life. With my dad's Sony camera (which used tape!) and Windows Movie Maker on the family's Gateway computer, I was filming and editing my own movies ever since I could hold a camera. Since then, my love for filmmaking has only grown. 
When I took my first film theory class at Columbia Basin College in Pasco, WA in 2017, I instantly fell in love with it and I knew that was what I wanted to do with my life. This was when I started making movies with my friends in my hometown of Tri-Cities, Washington. The first short film that I made, Desolate, screened at a local film festival, which marked my first time ever seeing one of my own films in a theater alongside other great filmmakers. Later that same year, I went on to do the 72 Hour Challenge in the TriFi Film Festival, in which I had to write, direct, and edit a short film in less than 72 hours, called Sins of the Father
In 2019, I moved to Malibu, California to chase my dream of filmmaking and started attending Pepperdine University for a Bachelor of Arts in Screen Arts. It was there where I learned how to make films professionally, and also where I screened the first short film I made there, The Meeting, at the ReelStories Film Festival 11. I spent my senior year at Pepperdine independently producing my own short film, Crimson Midnight, which released in August 2022, after graduating in May that year.
All of these films can be viewed here on this website, alongside showcases of my editing and writing work. I hope you enjoy!
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