Bio

I began shooting video in 1988 on my parents’ VHS camcorder. In 1998, I found my calling at Daviess County High School’s WPAW News where I learned non-linear editing (and other mischief). Eight years later, I earned a degree in broadcasting and television production from Western Kentucky University and have been involved in digital filmmaking ever since. I’m now a Lexington, Kentucky-based freelance video producer specializing in documentaries, real estate video, makeshift short films, and music videos both domestically and abroad with field production experience in Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Myanmar, Japan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Kenya.

At the Mayan ruins of Chachualpa, El Salvador.