I've been telling stories for as long as I can remember.
When I was 3, I started telling my own jokes. They had no punchline.
I swindled my high school english teacher into letting me adapt Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak for the screen instead of writing a final essay.
While getting my BFA at Pace University, I fell into the gritty world of NYC headshot photography, where I helped some (now) Broadway stars submit their faces for their first roles.
While building the film department at Applause New York, I wrote, directed, and produced hundreds of short films that helped grow our YouTube channel to 1.35 million subscribers and a combined 943 million views.
I am now Director of Production at LIT Videobooks, where we make documentary versions of non-fiction titles. I direct all of the live-action elements of the videobooks, and am in charge of building the entire production system from the ground up.
And l write. A lot.