If there's one thing I know it's that this is where I'm meant to be–filmmaking. I'm no stranger to storytelling, as it has been a part of my continued professional and creative portfolio for over 20 years through commercial arts and a good old fashioned desire to create. The film beast captured me in 2017 and I do not plan to be rescued.
My directorial debut, You Can Go Now, is wrapping up its film festival run. I'm currently in pre-production with my third written feature, the first to be produced. It tells the story of an unlikely collision of relationships, foster care, childhood PTSD and a willingness to get real. In addition, a previous feature script is in a re-write stage—a story inspired by the country's first cattle ranch to convert to a farmed animal sanctuary, and a town who changes their outlook because of it.