I am a New York-based director and screenwriter. At age 9, I had the good fortune of seeing Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. The rest is history.

I began my formal filmmaking education at Tisch School of the Arts and went on to shoot my thesis film Dream Lover, which was the recipient of the Arkush Family Post-Production Award. In my final year at school, I became one of two directors chosen to direct a pilot for NYU’s Advanced Television Workshop class. The finished pilot for Sheridan generated interest from certain major networks such as The C.W. and Freeform.

Throughout my career as a filmmaker, I have had the opportunity to direct more than ten short films, including the neo-noir Staten and Whiskey, the post-apocalyptic drama The Awful Thing, and silent film tribute Terry: The Serious Actor, which went on to become an official selection at the Coney Island Film Festival, New Filmmakers NY, New Filmmakers LA, the Roxy Underground Film Festival, the Rockland Youth Film Festival (where it won an award), and more, ultimately finding distribution on Seed & Spark. 

You can view Terry: The Serious Actor by subscribing at this link: https://www.seedandspark.com/watch/terry-the-serious-actor

I am currently developing a TV series and raising money to shoot my first feature film in Normandy, France. When I’m not making movies, I LOVE Agatha Christie novels, rainstorms, and solo traveling.



April 1, 2018

I was hired by the brilliant performer Hope Salas to co-direct her new webseries, “Bitches that Bake.” Episode 1 is set for a YouTube release on April 11th.


October 28, 2018

My team and I screened our short film “We’re All Alright”. We sold out the venue and had a wonderful time sharing the film with our closest family and friends, including @mediaxwomen !

July 8, 2018

Last summer had a really cool opportunity to script supervise on a feature film, Doug Bost's "The Bride in the Box." We were featured in the Bangor Daily News! 

Link here: https://bangordailynews.com/bdn-maine/community/orono-native-films-bride-in-the-box-in-hancock-county/