About



I'm a working class filmmaker, originally from Michigan.

I’ve toured in vans with bands, spent time with monks in Vietnam, walked acres with farmers, marched in Washington D.C. and met people seeking the healing properties of radioactive mines in Montana. Each experience is unique and informs my hands-on, lo-fi approach to storytelling regardless of the medium or final format.

Works include the 30 minute short film, Nobody Dies, a documentary about musician Thao Nguyen, which premiered on PBS. I just completed work on a feature documentary, Show Us What A Year Means, and I'm currently at work on a four year photography project about a teenager who breaks bones, chugs coffee, and contemplates adulthood.