Ever since my sophomore year at Forest Grove High School, I have been fascinated with producing stories and evoking emotion. Thanks to an inspiring English teacher, I graduated with honors from Forest Grove High School in 2014, producing a film script as part of my senior project.


As a student at Portland State University School of Film, I developed a knack for production and post-production sound, learning to tell a story successfully, films need to sound just as good as they look. In June 2016, I won the Inaugural Video Vanguard Award from the then School of Theater + Film for my video essay Alfred J. Hitchcock’s Influences for ‘The Birds,’ which I created for my Film History II class in March of the same year.

I am an Eagle Scout and I have multiple student leadership experiences in team-oriented environments. In my free time, I enjoy reading, writing poetry, and photography.



2016 - Video Vanguard Award - Portland State University​

2014 - Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Rank​