Video Production became a part of my life at an early age.
At age sixteen, I was managing local R&B bands in the Kansas City area. By the age of seventeen, I co-wrote, produced, edited, and directed my first music video. By the ripe old age of eighteen, a cousin and I founded a production company from my parent’s basement, that produced music videos, weddings, birthday parties, and more.
These endeavors led to my job as a roadie where I unloaded and set up band equipment for such acts as Duran Duran, Chicago, and several others. Afterwards, I landed an internship at Starlight Theaters and United Recording Studios. Several more opportunities came along, including a master control position at Channel 62 television station during the day, and spinning the wheels of steel by night at KKFI (FM) community radio station.
After several years dedicated to my craft, I moved to Los Angeles to study film-making at Columbia College of Hollywood. After graduation, I made a career move to Atlanta where I was hired immediately as an office production assistant at a production company. Within two years, I worked my way into the camera department as a 2nd A.C. and then transitioned into 1st and 2nd A.D. roles.
Throughout my experience, I have had the opportunity to work with talented individuals and companies that have made a lasting impact and a strong focus on going above and beyond client’s needs.
Worked with outstanding individuals and companies such as LaFace Records, SoSoDef Records, Hype Williams, and Billie Woodfruff.
Directed the music videos of several artists including Raven Symone, Demetrius, and Juvenile.
As a passionate and fun loving storyteller, I made my feature film directorial debut with an original screenplay entitled “The Girlz”, which won first place for Best Narrative Feature Film during the Independence Film & Video Festival.
Worked with the 1996 Summer Olympic Games Nissan Corporation Official Sponsor and ESPN.