I am an Avid Certified
Professional video editor, specializing in offline editing
using Avid Media Composer 6/6.5.
All my life, I've loved telling stories. Before I even knew how to write, I told stories through
became the perfect place for me to combine my love for
writing and art.
For the past three years, I've edited short
form documentary-style news stories for the NJ-based
nonprofit New Jersey Arts News (www.njartsnews.org),
over two dozen of which have been featured on NJTV, radio
stations, and news websites.
Dartmouth College gave me a strong foundation
in filmmaking. Upon entering college, I had planned on
majoring in the sciences but then, on a whim, took my first
ever film course and the rest is history! For the next four
years, I took every film course I could fit into my
schedule, attended Film Society meetings, and became a
co-founder of the Dartmouth Organization of Filmmakers. My
senior year, I was a recipient of the
Maurice H. Rapf Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film
and Media Studies and graduated with a B.A./High Honors in
Film and Media Studies.
Over the years, I've had experience as a writer,
director, editor, archival researcher, location scout, boom mic
operator, DP, 1st AC, Assistant/Co-Producer, script
supervisor, 1st AD, and actress.
When I'm not
editing, I write screenplays.
If I had to
describe my work, it would be: "Humor, heart, and a
fist-throwing good time."