Producer, Director, Videographer, Editor and Composer
Since discovering my passion for tv and film production at age 15, I have worked hard to gain the skills and knowledge I possess today and apply to my work.
After graduating from Mohawk College in 2005 with a diploma in Television Broadcasting, I began my career as a video editor for bpm:tv in Toronto, Ontario.
In 2006 I decided to move to Whistler, B.C. to continue my career surrounded by the lakes and mountains which inspire my creativity. Here I have worked on several productions, including MTV’s “Road Rules Challenge”, the feature film “The Big Year”, and for NBC during the 2010 Olympic games. In addition, I have produced, directed, shot and edited some very successful pieces such as the music video “Diamonds in the Rough”, by L.A. artists D.B. and Yung Boi Duke, as well as the award winning short video “2 Minutes”, sponsored by Whistler Brewery at the 2010 Whistler Film Festival.
My passion and enthusiasm and the dedication to the work I do will always ensure that your project will receive the utmost priority and attention from start to finish.