Started making films as a teenager, splicing and editing Super 8 film with my father. Studied screenwriting with James Dalessandro and Hal Croasman. James Dalessandro credits me as the driving force behind his award-winning documentary The Damnedest Finest Ruins about the Great Fire and Earthquake of 1906. Was one of first four students to be accepted to San Francisco School of Digital Filmmaking; went on to study pre-production with Debbie Brubaker. Since then. wrote and produced the feature film, Mismo, shot in 44 locations with an ensemble cast for less than $12,000.
With co-writer, Donna Bellorado, penned It's Not Always What It Seems, listed as among the Top 100 Emerging Screenwriters of 2013.
Currently, editing documentary following the script that I wrote about the life of World War II hero, General James Gavin.
It's Not Always What It Seems