It all started at a young age coercing my amazing family into home videos with our nifty new camcorder.
After graduating from college I moved to New York City to study acting at Michael Howard Studios and began to work on stage.
Then I was shipped out to Los Angeles by a prominent talent manager to work in film and television.
When The Great Recession hit I took over a stage and turned it into a rental business called the Dirt Cheap Sound Stage. The business grew every year of its 4.5-year existence and was an incredibly satisfying way to weather a tough economy.
In 2013, I was recruited as the Creative Director for a new company called Thunder Studios to spearhead branding efforts and marketing videos for a 150,000 sqft production facility in need of an upgrade. I also brought in some big clients and helped to develop shows that would work best on the lot.
Whilst continuing my lifelong quest to make the world laugh, I have become highly effective at Producing and Directing digital content for one of the world's largest automakers.