Why do I produce? I love the stimulation of juggling multiple things at once and adjusting to any situation life throws at me. From the hundreds of high stakes TV/Broadway auditions I've had, to years of experience working for production agencies with a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants flow, my threshold for stress is higher than most. Whether creating commercials, short films, and high level branded content, or managing an entire creative department, there are two things I care most about as a creative producer: tell the most captivating story possible for the intended audience, and have everyone involved enjoy the process and be proud of their work. My goal as a creator is to tell honest, poignant, challenging, new, and hilarious stories that entertain, but also ignite conversations for a better tomorrow.
Below are highlights from my work at Peloton, The Mill, and Troika. I've also included my very own Short Film, starring legendary actor Ed Asner, that will be making the film festival circuit in 2021. Nothing is stronger than the power of collaboration, and I look forward to diving in with you.
Lead Project Manager
and creative Producer
Managed workflow and operations of the creative department
Covered all company creative mediums including Video, Email, Web, UX/UI, Social, Print, and Clothing
Led creative brainstorming sessions, marketing kickoffs, and marketing review sessions
Oversaw every aspect of a project from idea through delivery
Lead creative producer of long form video content, working on the ground with outsourced freelancers and acting as direct liaison to CEO on created content
Client facing account manager and producer for live action and post production
Managed budget, workflow, resource allocation, schedule, reviews, and delivery of every project
Created pitch decks and bidding for new work and clients
15 national commercials including Progressive's Animated Box Series (Arnold), Nike's long form "Favorite Player" video (W+K), and History Channel's opening credits for “Vikings"
executive producer, co-story
A dramatic, slow burn
short film set in 1987
starring legendary actor ed asner
Debuting SPRING 2021
Synopsis: Dimitry George was an illustrious senator, a ruthless war hero, a distant father, and a very, very troubled man who died from Parkinson's. Now, all that's left behind is his legacy, his grieving daughter, Sarah, whose husband has left her, and a large collection of audio tapes that serve to be the basis for his memoir. A long time family friend, Mike Pander, now an editor for The Times, comes to the estate to transcribe the tapes into a suitable memoir for Dimitry. Amidst the war stories and family tales, Mike discovers a truth buried so deep, neither he nor Sarah were ready for what they found.
T R O I K A
Coordinated the rebrand of CNN "Go There"
naming, theming, design, and execution of the concept
roll out across video, print ads, banners, web assets, and branded transition animations