I seek to create content that both captivates and excites an audience. I began in high school by creating a weekly sports segment which broadcasted high school athletic highlights to the entire student body. Once in college, I joined the student run, and locally broadcast, TV network where I created news packages and served as the host of the sports talk show, "The Extra Point". In early 2016, I was hired by the Clemson Athletic Department as a sideline videographer and creative editor for in stadium & online content. Since then, my footage has streamed live on ESPN 3, the ACC Digital Network, and has even appeared #1 on Sports Center's Top 10.
In the summer of 2016, I had the opportunity to participated in two internships. One as a production assistant at Like The Boat Studios in Atlanta, GA and the other as a marketing intern at Ringling College of Art & Design in Sarasota, FL. Summer 2016 allowed me to work on TV development/casting for Discovery ID & MTV and taught me valuable skills in market research.
In Spring of 2017, I wrote and directed the 1950's period piece Shake Rattle & Roll (see project folder for more details). This gave me experience directing a large crew and managing the day in and out tasks of creating a film from start to finish. In the fall of 2017, I was granted a budget to direct Clemson's first ever submission to the College Emmy/ Student Academy Awards. The Letters That Guided Us (see project folder) is a 30 minute drama that allowed me to direct an even bigger cast and crew than ever before. The ambitious film was produced between Oct-Dec '17 and will be shown before a capacity crowd in the first red carpet movie premier in Clemson history.
In addition to creative production, I also appear on screen in short films, web series, and theater productions. I continues to work closely with the Clemson athletic department creating high energy content that appears in front of thousands of fans at Clemson sporting events.