I graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Radio-Television-Film. While there, I served as cinematographer on a number of award winning short films which played in numerous film festivals. I then worked as a union camera assistant on feature films, commercials, and music videos. In that time I lensed the 35 MM opening title sequence for the feature film Elvis and Annabelle shot by Conrad W. Hall. In 2009, I graduated with an MFA in Cinematography from the prestigious American Film Institute Conservatory in Los Angeles and also shot the Doorpost Grand Prize winning film "The Man Who Never Cried". I have since gone on to shoot multiple international documentaries, narrative feature films, and most recently, commercials for clients such as Microsoft, Verizon, Honda, Tillamook Cheese and Tom's Shoes.