From a young age, my parents instilled a love for nature and getting outside, and I grew up paddling and exploring the southeast. I attended Brevard College, where I received my BA in Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education (WLEE) and Journalism.
Driven to tell stories about conservation and passion in the outdoors, I am now an award-winning filmmaker pursuing my MFA at American University in environmental and social impact filmmaking. My projects often focus on the health of rivers, including my thesis film featuring the James River, "Troubled Tributary: Maryland's Patuxent River," which focuses on environmental justice in relation to river history, and "The Grand Salmon Project," a film currently in production.
A River Called Home
Producer, Director, Editor
Festival/Booked Screening Circuit
Troubled Tributary: Maryland's Patuxent River | Maryland Public Television
Producer, Director, 2nd Cam, Editor
The Grand Salmon Project
Film Coming Soon!
Producer, Director, Camera Op, Editor
Additional Cinematography | Upstream, Downriver
Director, DP, Editor
Camera Operator/Editor, Various Projects