I started my career in the early 2000’s working as an Associate Producer on E! Network shows, including many “The Anna Nicole Show” specials, “Dr. 90210”, and “Infamous” before becoming a producer on “The Soup With Joel McHale”, where I spent two years and overseeing post on weekly scripted field pieces at a breakneck pace, before moving on to direct field pieces and oversee all post on spinoff series “Sports Soup with Matt Iseman”.
Following that, I went on to edit Josh Brolin’s mockumentary of the “No Country for Old Men” production, which can be found on the Collectors Edition Blu-Ray, as well as “L.A. Ink”, “The World Series of Poker”, “TMZ on TV”, “Chef’s Night Out” for VICE, and “X Games” for ABC, hours of online content, several short documentaries for DC Comics, many narrative webseries, and various reality sizzle reels. I also cut two award winning features. “Take 22: Behind The Scenes of Sequestered”, won Best Feature Mockumentary at Hollywood Mockfest 2010, and “Mike Case in The Big Kiss Off” a film-noir comedy, won Best Director, Best Actor, and the Grand Jury Prize at the 2013 Hollywood & Vine Film Festival.
In 2013, I segment-produced several stories for the daily pop-culture news series “Dish Nation”, and created original branded advertising pieces for SpinMedia’s clients, including Office Depot and Sony Pictures, serving as writer, producer, director, and editor. Following the 2016 election, I helped produce, shoot, and edit comedian Tess Rafferty’s political rant “Aftermath: November 2016”, directed by Steve Cohen, which immediately went viral, was reversioned by Occupy Democrats, and to date has over 50 million views.
In 2019, I wrote, directed, and edited the horror-comedy short “Half-Cocked”, which was produced by Sophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein’s company, Launch Over. “Half-Cocked” is currently playing at festivals around the world.
I see myself as an enthusiastic participant in an exciting and ever-changing industry, and take pride in each project I help to create.