In a nutshell
I just like to collaborate and make really great sh*t. But for a deeper dive, here you go…
As the daughter of a career Army officer, I grew up all over the world. The experience allowed me to observe a wide variety of cultures and perspectives. I picked up my first 35mm SLR camera at age 12 to document a family trip through the Austrian Alps – and never looked back!
Fresh out of high school, I migrated to New York City where I jumped into the world of production. My first job on set was getting the crew coffee and bagels. Over the next decade, I moved through the ranks from Production Assistant to Producer; on hundreds of music videos, commercials, television specials and multi-camera live events – and everything in between.
After stints at Heavy.com and Sundance Channel, I landed at A&E Networks. I was the Head of Production for History Marketing when I came to the realization that I really, really, really wanted to be a creative. I began to write and pitch ideas, became a Creative Director and ultimately, SVP of Brand Creative. I led the creative on some of the biggest events in broadcast history — from the now legendary miniseries Hatfields & McCoys to the mainstay series Pawn Stars.
I’ve received multiple Promax & Clio Awards for my work; most notably picking up a primetime Emmy nomination in 2016 for History’s Roots: A New Vision as well as winning the prestigious NAACP Image Award for Best Documentary in 2017.
While doing all this, I began to pursue my life-long interest in the craft of cinematic storytelling through hands-on directing. I began directing content with partners such as Geico and Dish TV; and promos for shows such as Roots, American Pickers and Vikings.
I’ve written concepts and Directed commercials for several major network series including the new Beverly Hills 90210 on FOX, 9-1-1 on FOX, Grand Hotel and The Little Mermaid Live for ABC, and Star Trek: Picard for CBS. I’m focused on continuing to grow as an artist and expand my creative reach.
My unique ability to understand all aspects of creative and production – from ideation to implementation – makes me a multi-faceted, cross-functional asset.
I currently live in New York, where I consider myself to be a very fortunate breast cancer survivor.
- 2019 – Daytime Emmy Nominated for Best Director of a Promotion for Lifetime’s “Stop Breast Cancer For Life”
- 2008-Current – Multiple Promax BDA awards for Marketing campaigns, Best Direction and Best Graphics.
- 2017 – Telly Award for Best Branded Content
- 2017 – NAACP Image Award Winner for Best Documentary
- 2017 – Clio Award for Best Brand Identity
- 2016 – Emmy Award Nominee for Best Shortform Series