Hailing from Chicago, I've been working in the film and television community in a variety of capacities in Los Angeles for over 10 years. After I received my bachelors degrees in film I started out as a Title and Camera Supervisor at a Title & Optical Post Facility creating opening, ending and subtitles for features and trailers for companies such as Sony, Paramount, and Lionsgate to name a few. As that craft disappeared in the industry I then continued on in post-production as a freelance post assistant working up to post-coordinator on movie of the weeks for Hallmark Hall of Fame and Warner Brothers. During that time I was a Co-Producer on the award winning documentary MISSING PRESUMED DEAD: The Search for America's POWs and then I was a Producer and Director of Photography on the award winning sports documentary THE LONG GREEN LINE. Along with working in film and television I've also had some experience as a film instructor for several middle school summer film camps in the Chicago and Detroit areas. Along with my professional career I went back to education to advance by skills as an editor and received my masters degree in Film Editing at the American Film Institute. I'm primarily a freelance editor for a variety of film, cable, commercial and web production companies.