"We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard." - John F. Kennedy
In my work and in my life, I choose to pursue challenges. Not because it's easy, but because I strive to continually better myself, my world and my work. I apply this philosophy extensively in my writing and storytelling.
9:06, a short film I wrote, produced and directed was completed in January 2015. It will be submitted to a number of film festivals. For more information regarding 9:06, please check out my website.
(Currently producing a full length documentary entitled "The Berlin Brats Overseas Project").
I am a Senior at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor majoring in Sport Management, minoring in Film Studies.
For the spring 2014 academic semester, I was one of 54 students selected to study at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center. As the first student from UMHB to be accepted to LAFSC, I found the program both challenging and exciting. The experience was invaluable and I will never forget the relationships I forged and the projects I had the oppurtunity to be a part of.
I would like to travel around the world in 80 days, but for now I'm happy with where I've been in the past 20 years: Berlin, Germany. Tel Aviv-Jerusalem-Tiberias, Israel. Quito, Ecuador. Santiago, Chile. Panama City, Panama. Cancun, Mexico.