It all started with Depeche mode.
Transferring to the Intensive Production Sequence at the University of Texas, I continued to hone my skills and started directing. My first project was “Let’s Go Arcade,” a short musical set in a hand-made arcade I built with my friends. Ambitious and crazy, but easily one of the most rewarding films I’ve have the pleasure of creating.
After graduation, I moved to New York and pursued my Masters of Design and Technology at Parsons. While the experience was different from my background in film, it refined my skill set by pushing me to think in terms of Design, Strategy, and Concept.