I am a filmmaker, producer, and lover of ice cream.
I grew up in NJ, currently live in Chicago, and found out I was lactose intolerant at the age of 14.
I’ve produced four independent feature films, and have written and produced short form commercial content for startups and large companies.
Jammed was my first feature. In the summer of 2013 I moved to the Poconos for four months to help write, produce, and edit it. None of us had gone to film school, so we figured what better way to learn how to make a movie then by just doing it. There were a lot of deer there, none of which were harmed in the making of the film.
2015 was the year I produced Sweet Parents, my second feature. Fewer deer this time around.
In the winter of 2017, Empathy Inc was made with the same group of folks from Jammed. It was super cold, and at 5 ½ weeks, the longest shoot that I’ve been a part of.
The most recent film I made is a bit of a secret project. It was filmed surreptitiously, and is currently being edited. I can’t wait for people to see it.
I’ve worked with big brands like Colgate Palmolive, Bayer, Wells Fargo, and Logitech. I’ve also worked with small startups.
At Wazer I helped launch and create the content for their Kickstarter campaign. They raised $1.3 million, and the videos I produced were viewed millions of times across social media.
Before Wazer, I worked as an in house video producer at Kinsa, a health tech startup that is changing the world by redefining the way we deal with, and prevent sickness. I helped launch their second product via a crowd funding campaign and assisted in internal ops.
If you're interested in working together or just want to say hi, then reach out!