I'm a graduate of The Harold Ramis Film School at The Second City in Chicago. I have a strong video/film background and have been working on productions in the South Gulf coast region and here in Chicago for the last 8 years. I moved to Chicago because A) I've always wanted to and B) to attend the film school which has been the best decision I've ever made. Since I've been in this school I've directed one documentary about Chicagoland video arcades, and two comedy sketches. I'm still in post-production on my final thesis short film, titled "The Leviathan", about an arcade owner and his lackeys trying to handle an abrasive customer while attempting to get people into their struggling arcade by promoting the mythological game, Polybius.
In 2018 I've worked extensively as a freelancer on various shoots around town ranging from corporate/conference videos to short films to documentaries. I've done a little bit of everything ranging from camera operating, steadicam, DP, sound mixing, video editing, color correction, and more. I'm currently seeking full-time employment at a production house or, if possible, just start getting enough freelance work that I can work for myself.