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BIOGRAPHY

I recently graduated from London Film School, and I am beginning my festival run of my writing & directing debut, “Cotton Something” (Semi-Finalist Flicker Rhode Island Film Festival). While at London Film School, I directed and produced several short films, some of which are almost complete their post-production. I have independently produced four short films: “The Itch” (selected by Lift-Off Global Network: First Time Film Maker Sessions, The Dark Hedges International Film Festival, Stock Shock, Make Believe Seattle), "A Splinter in the Eye", "The Arcade", & "A Fish Out of Water". My feature screenplay "13B" received an Honorable Mention at the Big Apple Film Festival and is a Semi-Finalist at Flicker Rhode Island Film Festival. As a filmmaker, I am always searching for stories that can resonate with a wide audience and expand our humanity.

 

Prior to London Film School, I pursued documentary photography while a teaching fellow at Dartmouth College assisting with office hours, running a professional grade darkroom, and maintaining a digital printing studio. During this time, my photography was shown in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery.

 

In 2018, I graduated from Dartmouth College cum laude with a double major in Political Science and Fine Art. While there I acted as the Photography Editor for The Dartmouth daily news, interned within the marketing and media team at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, contributed to The Dartmouth Law Review, volunteered through Aspire with local autistic children, and was selected as a Rockefeller Leadership Fellow to spend a summer volunteering abroad.

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