My film career began with 5 words: "Go make Mommy a movie".
I was 8 years old. It was March break. And it was raining. Mind-numbing boredom had turned into endless whining. Mom was willing to try anything to make it stop.
Thank you, Mom.
By the age of 15 I had created a business filming and editing "Sponsor Me" videos for my soon-to-be professional skateboarder pals. By 19 I had 2 short film credits as a writer and director, with both projects garnering multiple awards. After graduating from Centennial College at 21 with an advanced diploma in Broadcasting and Film, I began my career working as a writer and director in Toronto. Since then I've worked on feature films, television commercials for global brands, and music videos for some of Canada's greatest musicians.
I love the escapism of film. I love creating worlds beyond our own. The opportunity to craft a whole reality in a single sentence and hold it in the palm of my hand. Every day presents a challenge to say something unique, evoke emotion, and speak to the truth inside the viewer's mind. I've been up to the challenge since my 3rd grade March Break. And I've never looked back.