In 2006, I graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design where I double majored in Visual Effects and Film. During my four years, I spent my tmie outside of class doing visual effects on several local productions. Most notably the feature film, "Baby Blues". Which was released in August of 2008.
After completing my Bachelors degree, I spent the first year of my career doing freelance work for studios across the United States and Canada. Including the stereoscopic IMAX film, "Dinosaurs 3D: Giants of Patagonia". Which was nominated for a 2007 VES Award in the Outstanding Visual Effects in a Special Venue Project category.
Now I'm currently working as the Lead Nuke Compositor at the Visual Effects studio, Speedshape in Detroit. During my 2 years at this studio I've worked to build and develop their Nuke compositing pipeline from the ground up. And have worked with such brands as General Motors, Chevrolet, Ford, Bush Beans, Mazda, Hummer, Cadillac, Jeep, Mustand, and Audi to name only a few.