I am a New York City-based videographer, shooting and editing pieces that cover a wide range of topics including art, music, fashion, entertainment, culinary, business and technology. During my time as the Art Production Director at Vanity Fair magazine, I transitioned into videography, producing video and audio-related work for vanityfair.com and VF’s social media platforms. As a freelance videographer, I have produced pieces for a growing list of clients including The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Google, Sony Entertainment, The New Yorker, New York/Vulture.com, Marie Claire, Saveur, Mark Seliger, Daptone Records, and Live Nation. Some interview film footage I shot of the soul singer, Sharon Jones, was included in Miss Sharon Jones!, a critically acclaimed documentary by two-time Oscar winning filmmaker, Barbara Kopple, released to theaters worldwide in 2016. I have shot on location in New York, California, France, Southeast Asia, and East Africa.
My photo gallery shows work I’ve done as a photographer, usually coinciding with video-related work. A good example of this is Vanity Fair’s annual Oscar Party in Los Angeles where, for the past seven years, I’ve been documenting the site build, often using time-lapse techniques, as well as shooting stills during the party itself, capturing Hollywood’s biggest stars on their most celebrated night of the year.
In addition to videography I have an extensive background in music where I’ve gained experience composing, performing, and recording original songs and scores.