At 15, I cold-emailed music venues in suburban Philadelphia asking for a job as a sound engineer, when I had no experience. A guy named Chris, who managed a 300 cap venue, took a chance on me.
Which led to me mixing open mics, an internship with a GRAMMY nominated producer, stints working in concert and corporate event production, and eventually a degree in Audio Engineering.
Which led to a guy named Mark hiring me to work on the production and delivery of brand creative campaigns for a national television network.
And that’s what led me to what I do now; a combination of creative project management, post-production, and brand strategy.
And because work is only a part of my story and telling you a list of programs I know how to use is a little boring:
Here’s a list of fun facts about me that I’ll probably be embarrassed I put on the internet later.
And if you really want to get into the nitty gritty of what programs and workflows I’m familiar with: you can view my digital resume here.