About me

Producer / Writer / Director

A strong team player with abundant imagination and resilient positivity, my 10+ years in Film and TV exhibit a proven ability to thrive in story development, production management, and collaborative problem solving. Superior abilities to stay focused and think critically make deep work possible, adding substance to the stories I dwell in. Curious habits of mind serve my creative instinct to think outside the box to tell unique stories that expand people's perspectives on truth and self.

This portfolio contains just some of the projects I'm proud to have served on.

Recently, I’ve developed an ambitious TV series that grew out of my interest in 1960’s music and inspired by the book “Positively 4th Street: The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Fariña, and Richard Fariña”, while consulted by the book’s author, David Hajdu. These four are our main characters – talented youngsters who get fame early – and 60’s trendsetters populate our show. They converge in Greenwich Village, use one another in a quest for fame, fall in and out of love, and invent a sound and style that are one of the most lasting legacies of the 1960s. This national bestseller is acclaimed as "One of the best books about music in America" (Jonathan Yardley, The Washington Post) and “Absorbing… a window into the folk music scene of the early ‘60s” (A.O. Scott, Slate).

I’ve produced 2 feature films, which required extensive coordination between departments on my part. The film “I’ll See You Around” premiered at Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival in August 2019.

As Office Manager and Marketing Associate at the distributor Kino Lorber, I excelled at communicating with clients and affiliates, compiling reports, scheduling meetings, and general admin support. As Writer and Production Coordinator for NBC News in San Diego, I learned to distill complex stories and adapt to constant logistical changes. In London, I was Producer’s Apprentice at BBC TV on a weekly show about the science and history of food.

I love to surf every chance I get.