Telling stories through film and video is a lifelong passion for me. I’ve written, produced, and directed dozens of films, including multiple feature length productions.
As a child I made movies with methods ranging from plastic dinosaurs on wires to computer animation. By high school, I became an award-winning stop-motion animator. I later attended Baylor University, completing undergraduate and masters degrees studying Film & Digital Media. During this time, I made several more award-winning short films and also became the owner and administrator of BricksInMotion.com, the world’s largest online community devoted to stop-motion animation.
While attending university, I worked for the Baylor Academy for Teaching and Learning as a graduate fellow and video producer. I planned, shot, and edited a series of videos for various programs and classes at the university. I also completed my masters thesis film, an ambitious feature length drama titled In Paradise.
Since completing my masters degree, I have worked as a visual effects artist and editor for a wide variety of clients, including independent film productions, Baylor University, Balcom Agency, and the LEGO Group. I recently completed Bricks in Motion, a feature length documentary I shot, directed, and edited. I also produced the film with a team of other filmmakers, raising $15,000 in financing through crowdfunding and other fundraising means. We completed the film on-budget and on-schedule in December of 2015.
I am an experienced filmmaker and project leader with the skills necessary to deliver powerful results with limited time and resources. As a proven producer with experience in feature films, corporate video, and short-form web content, I know what it takes logistically to plan and execute video projects great and small. I’m also a passionate director and editor, capable of working with or leading a team to create impactful, high quality work.