I was born in 2001 in New York. During my time there and in continuing to grow up in New Jersey, I was always very imaginative. I had a passion for storytelling at a young age. While other kids would play at recess, I would wander and imagine other worlds that I'd love to see as movies one day. At age ten, I made my first films which were uploaded to YouTube. It was then I truly discovered my passion for filmmaking. Over the years, storytelling became a crucial part of my identity, one that would transcend into high school theatre, the way in which I'd write my college essays, even the way I'd socialize with people.
I started as a Film and TV major at Boston University in Fall 2019. Both for school and outside of it, I have continued to make films since then and have started to compete in festivals.
Filmmaking is a central part of who I am. While of course there's more to life than frames projected onto a screen, this art form has shaped who I am. I desire to tell stories of humanity my films help me to make sense of my life and I hope that others may enjoy or get something out of them as well.