Twice Emmy-nominated writer, producer, and development exec.
Back in 2011, I self-published my first novel, "Lost and Found." It debuted to rave reviews from my mother.
So, I write music too. Early in my career, I worked with some amazing vocalists on adult contemporary stuff, though recently, I've started writing some more EDM-styled instrumentals. Enjoy the contrast.
This is a small sampling of my work.
Born in Washington, DC, I lived in Arlington with my amazing parents until I was 18, at which point I left to attend college at Washington University in St. Louis. There I majored in both film studies and music composition, and two days after graduation, I headed further west to Los Angeles.
In LA I spent the next eight years working in film and television and making some of the best friends in the world. In 2013, I decided I needed a little break from it all, so I moved even further west to Seoul, South Korea. At this point people were probably wondering what beef I had with the eastward direction.
In Seoul, I ate amazing food, made wonderful friends, and taught English for six months before accepting an offer to move back to Washington, DC and work for Science Channel. I worked at Science for two years, then was hired as Director of Development for Blink Films' US office.
In September of 2017, I relocated back to Los Angeles and most recently worked as a producer/writer on History Channel's "The UnXplained With William Shatner" and was the VP of Development for Original Productions.