I was born in Baltimore, MD where my love of film started.

If anyone ever asked where I wanted to be or what I wanted to do, it revolved around either going to the theater or going to watch a baseball game. As a teenager, I spent a summer making little skits with friends and family and a camcorder. It was the beginning of everything.


In my 20's, I spent a lot of time writing. One night I bemoaned out loud to my girlfriend, "That I wish I could make my own movie."


"Do it. Just make it." she responded.


With that I wrote a short film, about someone staring out the window of their Baltimore window, thinking about life and looking at lights. I purposely did it as low scale as I could muster. I wanted to create something that I could grow from.

It was the first film I ever made, and it was nominated for the Baltimore City Paper Short Film Contest.

The next couple of films didn't work out as well as I had hoped, and again bemoaned to the girlfriend about how I needed to get better at making films.


"Why don't you go to film school than?"


Next thing I know, I find myself clear across the country in Los Angeles studying at the New York Film Academy. I was excited to learn about all that I could, get some practical hands on experience, and work on a ton of sets.


Some of the people I spent time with in Los Angeles are still close friends today, and some of my favorite people to work with. With degree in hand, I went back to Baltimore to figure out the next step.

With degree in hand, I went back to Baltimore to figure out the next step. What was I going to do next?

When I got back to Baltimore, I started putting into action a plan for the foreseeable future. With my college friend Rob, we created a media company using the name I had used for all my films up until that point. O The Anthem.


Over the next several years, we launched the award nominated O The Anthem podcast, where we talked about news that interested us: current events, sports, and a lot about film. We had investigative episodes, interviews with people like DeRay McKesson, and had a lot of fun along the way.


It also proved to be a great launch point into sound mixing, with my trusty Behringer mixing board in front of me, I delved into audio production. In addition Rob and I created another short film, and a 6 episode web-series.

While we were proud of all that we had accomplished, we knew that there were other levels and Los Angeles.

In 2016, I moved to Los Angeles with Rob and my girlfriend Rachel, with the goal of working exclusively in film production. Since then I have been working steadily on set on a bunch of really incredible projects.


Since moving to LA, the majority of my work has been as an on set sound mixer and it has been a perfect fit for me. With years of experience between the podcast and all the films I have made, I really strive at getting sound right on set.


In addition, I have worked on some projects in post (ADR, Sound Mixing, Editing) and continued writing projects of my own. I always like challenging myself, and learning something new.

I want to hear about your project and what I can do to help you make it happen.

Baltimore brings humble beginnings, and I know what it is like to try and make films on skeleton crews and trying to make something beautiful at the end of the day. I know what a blessing it is to say that I work on set, be a part of the crew, and work together for a common goal.


My goal going forward is simple, to work on set in the sound department, to write and direct my own projects whenever I have the opportunity, and to help people. When you have a winning attitude, a caring personality, and the drive to do the best you can, anything is possible.