I am a filmmaker and photographer based in Boston. My films have screened in festivals internationally, and my freelance video production clients have included MIT, Raising a Reader MA, Urbanity Dance, and LARP Adventure Program.
I recently completed my Master's of Professional Studies in Digital Media, video concentration, at Northeastern University. I received my BA in film and video production, with honors, from the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (frequently ranked as the top film school in the US).
I have experience in all aspects of video production including screenwriting, storyboarding, hiring talent and crew, shooting, lighting, recording audio, video and audio editing, visual effects, and formatting video files for online use. I also have strong skills in writing and still photography.
If you are seeking a creative filmmaker to tell you organization's story feel free to contact me. My standard rate for video production services is $60/hour. Right now I am not looking for just-shooting or just-editing jobs.
I enjoy collaboration and creative community-building, and I am interested in helping the Boston area continue to be a great place for arts and culture. I was an early organizer of the Firefly festival and I have done volunteer work for Transcultural Exchange, Cambridge Community Television, and the B-Side artists' neighborhood in Jamaica Plain. Recently I have been a guest speaker on Boston cultural history for classes at Harvard and Suffolk U., at the Norwood Space Center, and on Somerville Community Access TV.
I also enjoy teaching, and have taught video editing to middle school and high school students at summer programs for Plugged In Band Program and LARP Adventure Program. I have also been a guest speaker on screenwriting for an MIT class and a meeting of the MIT Film Club.