My first job in film was as the extras casting director for Eugene Jarecki's critically acclaimed debut film "Season of the Lifterbees." I began my career as a booking agent for musicians, later becoming a stage manager for regional theatre, festivals, and concert venues. I went on to work for Viacom/Paramount Entertainment as a producer reporter and later joined their sister company, MTV Networks for nine years. While at MTV Networks, I served as the assistant to the executive producer of several shows on MTV, VH1, TV Land, and Nick-at-Nite. I spent many summers as an actor in residence at the Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine where I had the opportunity to work with many accomplished directors. I'm an arts activist and served for many years on the Board of Directors for the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County, PA where I am originally from.