This is my current reel, edited by yours truly, which highlights my background in producing and editing.
This is my current GFX reel (edited by yours truly), which highlights design and animation projects I've produced and coordinated. I repeat, I am not an animator--these are motion graphics projects I've been responsible for from inception to delivery.
I was the post producer for these episodes of the ongoing Spotify For Artists YouTube series called ‘The Game Plan’. Each features both shot footage and 2D animations and composite work.
I pitched this concept—”A first-person account of all the off-road dirt—and in-car drama from the 7-Day, 1200-Mile, Women-Only, GPS-Free Rebelle Rally”—produced the overall story in conjunction with the host, and personally edited the mini doc.
I produced the shoot and edited the piece, which we loosely based on the "You Laugh, You Lose" series, but with IndyCar stars and car-related (terrible) jokes.
I was the field and post producer for this series covering very detail-oriented automotive builds, and I was also the lead editor for this special feature focused on Alex Roy’s record-setting cannonball car.
I was the field producer for this social video, featuring two pros facing off in their respective sports. I also edited the piece.
I was the content producer for all of these, field produced episodes 2 and 3, and edited all three. Audio and color correction were the biggest focuses here, in order to make sure the vibe and atmosphere really came through.
I pitched, wrote, and edited this explainer video while working at Skratch TV. It’s a great example of using archival footage/imagery plus text-on-screen to tell a story in a social-friendly format.
I, as part of production company Solana Creative, was hired by The Drive to produce a three-camera, switched livestream show based on The Drive’s popular YouTube series called AFTER/DRIVE. I headed up all pre-production and day-of production, including AD’ing for the broadcast, which was streamed to YouTube, Facebook, and Brightcove.
I field produced and edited (and participated in) this mini doc-style feature. Also of note, this was shot entirely on iPhones!
I was the story producer and solo editor of this mini doc that takes you behind the scenes of how a car comes to be. This documentary-style feature focuses specifically on the layers of rigorous—and very secretive—testing the new Bentley Continental had to endure before coming to market.
I was the field and post producer for this project. In this pilot episode of a show called "The Blueprint," we talked to photographer Joshua Paul, who brings readers inside the mysterious, secretive world of F1 with his 100-year-old camera.
I was the field and post producer for this series covering very detail-oriented automotive builds. Throughout the show, we meet mastermind Matt Figliola and see the shop that's built a loyal following.
I was the field producer (coordinating all shooting plus interviewing the athletes off-screen) and post producer for this YouTube series, which featured pro golfers hopping into the nicest “official vehicles” at a variety of tournaments and getting deep about what makes them who they are, on and off the course.
I was the field producer and post producer for this project, which featured an epic battle of night golf between two PGA TOUR pros. This was a multi-camera shoot with a focus on specific equipment used for night shoots—we wanted everything to look like nighttime, but still be visible to the audience when watching the video.
These are some selects from a New Jersey networking event. The goal was to capture the energy that comes with lively conversation, while managing the low light of the bar that event was held in. All photos taken with Fujifilm X-T3.
I was the editor and post producer for this video, which has amassed over 442K views on YouTube. In the video, we take you underneath the portal-axled Mercedes-Benz G500 4x4 Squared, with ICON 4x4 mastermind Jonathan Ward there to translate all of the weird mechanical business.
I edited this explainer video, which has amassed 1.2M views on Facebook. This is a good example of a fun social edit using text-on-screen and rawer iPhone footage.
I was the lead producer on this project, helping with field production planning as well as guiding post production. In addition, I did some light-touch editing on the original sequences to help string the story for our finishing editor.
I was the story producer and post production supervisor for this Dodge-sponsored nine-part YouTube series. I strung out each episode and managed a senior editor who cut to approval and delivery.
Back in 2015, Alex Roy and Zach Bowman attempted the three-wheeled L.A. to NYC record in a machine best known for falling to pieces, the Morgan 3 Wheeler (aka the greatest vehicle ever made). I was the field producer and post producer on the project.
I was the post producer and editor for this piece, which grabbed nearly 200K views on YouTube.
I was the field producer for this track day (we shot somewhere between 5-10 videos), and I personally edited this piece using a variety of cameras and iPhones, which required a lot of focus on color correction for matching.
All taken with my Fujifilm X-T3.
These are my favorite shots from a March 2019 newborn photography session I did using the Fuji X-T3 and a Fuji 35mm f/2 lens.
These are my favorite shots from a trip to check out the IndyCar experience at Charlotte Motor Speedway. All photos taken with my Fuji X-T3 and Fuji 18-55mm lens.
I was the field producer for a series of social videos at The PLAYERS in 2015, and I edited this piece as well.