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About Me

Filmmaker. Storyteller. Educator.
My interest in filmmaking began at an early age. My grandparents owned a home beside a drive-in theater, and I spent many weekend nights sitting in their backyard watching everything from Disney to horror films.  My love of film led me to Theater Arts and Forensics in high school where I achieved honors in both.
After I served in the Air Force, I received my BA in Professional Writing from Western Carolina University and my MA in African American Literature from NC A&T University.  I received my MFA in Documentary Film Production at Wake Forest University in December of 2020.
I have worked on numerous documentary productions over the past decade as a drone pilot and cinematographer. I have produced two documentaries.  The award-winning Rescues focuses on compassion fatigue among animal rescue workers.  My latest film, On Their First Tri, is currently in its festival run and retells the story of the first triathlon on the East Coast.  Additionally, I am an active
member of the University Film and Video Association where I have participated in caucuses and the HBCU Initiative Roundtable. 
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