I’m a filmmaker, graphic designer and visual effects artist living in Los Angeles. I have degrees in Digital Media, and Film Production Technology. My career path was paved by my need for having my own dinosaur while watching Jurassic Park in the summer before 8th grade. I still don’t have my own dinosaur, but a girl can dream.
Writing is hard for me, but being on set and making designs is fun! My site includes a blog so I can work on my writing. My digital forays include EA Sports where I was a UI artist for Madden NFL, Tiger Woods PGA Tour, NCAA Football, and various EA Sports Facebook games (remember those?). Prior to that I designed websites and redesigned the Scholastic Book Fairs website in 2010. On set I am a set lighting technician (SLT). My screen credits includes television shows, feature films, short films, music videos, and commercials.
When I’m not on set or in front of my computer, you can find me out hiking - probably Griffith Park - but other trails and peaks in the Southern California area. My other interests include acting where I take improv, scene study, and a stage combat class (this may be the most LA sentence I’ve ever written).
Nothing brings me more pleasure than making something out of nothing. Even when the results are far from my ideal expectations, I find the whole ceremony of creativity completely enthralling. Want to work together? I’d love to hear from you.
I became a jack of all trades learning graphic design, web design, a little bit of video production, a little bit of audio recording and engineering, a little bit of game design and production, and a little bit of live sound reinforcement.
Film Production Technology
During my time at Valencia I was privileged to work on 3 professional motion pictures and 7 student productions in the grip, electric, and art departments.
Theater Stage Technology
While earning this certificate, I learned to built props and sets for Valencia College's theater productions. I also learned stage lighting.
I loved my improv training at SAK. I learned how to create a character, live in the moment, listening to my scene partner and making choices and living with the consequences, both good an bad.
Rehearsal based scene study
Yes, and, Improv theater games based training.
Training in hand to hand fist fighting and sword fighting for the stage and screen.