In high school, I was a huge journalism nerd. As the editor of the school newspaper, I lived and breathed for a good story (which may have landed me in the principal’s off ice once or twice...) and could often be found working through lunch writing and designing, two things I have always had a love for. However, during my senior year, I set out to try a new method of storytelling that I had never tried before -- you guessed it, video! I created a documentary called “The Happiness Project” about all the different avenues by which high schoolers found joy in the world around them and f ilmed it completely on my iPhone. It was humble beginnings, but I fell in love with the process of storytelling through video. It quickly became my favorite way to tell stories. I love the way videos transport you into a certain moment in time as nothing else can, and I think that it is such a powerful tool for growing businesses, organizations, and events to create authentic and heartfelt communication with their market.

how it started


My process is always personal and individualized, designed to draw out the heart of your story and present it in a way that is effective for reaching your audience. I value connecting with you and with the story being told before the camera even begins rolling. Let’s work to create something meaningful, together.