I have over fifteen years of experience working as a picture and sound editor for films, documentaries, reality TV and visual effects. A graduate of the MFA-Cinema program at San Francisco State University (and an MTSU Recording Industry alum), I worked with some of the San Francisco Bay Area’s finest film companies and organizations – including ZAP Zoetrope-Aubry Productions, Berkeley Sound Artists, the Bay Area Video Coalition, and Tippett Studio – before returning to Nashville in 2007. My personal films have screened in over 60 film festivals worldwide.
I’ve taught digital filmmaking and video editing at Vanderbilt University and the Art Institute of Tennessee-Nashville, and have served as a board member for FilmNashville and Women in Film and Television-Nashville. Occasionally, I do freelance work as a video producer/editor.
Currently, I’m an Assistant Professor in the Electronic Media Communication department at Middle Tennessee State University, where I teach film/video production, editing, and web series production to the next generation of independent filmmakers.