"...in any case, you mustn't confuse a single failure with a final defeat."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald
I am passionate about telling stories. Stories connect us all, across space and time, and I've found that they prove over and over again the shared and irrevocable nature of humanity. Good, bad, and ugly.
I first fell in love with reading as a ten-year-old, and it was about six years later that I discovered a love of visual storytelling: film.
I've been freelancing since September 2017, working with clients to bring their ideas from conception to execution, but I've also worked as summer camp videographer for Camp Sewataro and currently I work for the Town of Concord, Massachusetts as Lead Producer for their cable access tv station.
As part of this work, I've worn the hats of director, producer, camera operator, editor, and social media manager, and learned how to any situation. As a freelancer, I've learned how to manage and operate independently, but I prefer a team environment that fosters meaningful collaboration.
In addition to the creation of film and video, I am passionate about social justice, and I minored in Nonprofit Leadership and Management in order to better understand the workings of organizations dedicated to positive change.
Someday, I hope to combine these two passions and produce documentaries that shine light on important issues, both local and global.
In my free time I enjoy reading, writing, hiking, and since quarantine began last March, painting watercolor greeting cards.
High Point University
Class of 2019
Greater Boston Area