Hello! I’m a filmmaker in my final year at the FSU College of Motion Picture Arts in Tallahassee, FL. More specifically, I’m a cinematographer, and recently was the Director of Photography for the crazy horror-comedy-musical Stage Fright, which you can catch some stills from here. This fall (2019), I’ll be shooting three senior thesis films here at FSU. I’m also very into grip, electric, and rigging work on our sets, which is how I’ll be spending my time on set when I’m not a DP.
I’ve also directed a few things. In March 2018, I directed, produced, and edited a 7-minute documentary titled Woman of Steel that follows Ashley Young, a congenital amputee and bionic woman living in Orlando, FL, which recently won a College Television Award in the Loreen Arbus Focus on Disabilities category at the 2019 College Television Awards. Since then, I wrote and directed Your Hand in Mine, a drama-thriller featuring a character that is thrown into an impossible dilemma following a devastating car accident.
I’m originally from Bedford, NH, where I loved, and still love, to ski, hike and camp in the white mountains. I also love languages, and hope to set aside more time to practice my French over the next few years. I love drones, coffee, my piano.. and I just started cracking into 35mm photography. My favorite film is hands down There Will Be Blood, and music wise, a few of my favorite bands are Foster the People, Bon Iver, Morning Parade, and Beach House.
Focusing his camera on people with disabilities, Bedford man shines (NH Union Leader, April 2019)
FSU film student wins national award for documentary on ‘bionic woman’ (FSU News, January 2019)