I believe there is something interesting in everything and as a videographer my aim is to convey that in images and the spoken word. Whether it’s an artisan working in a home studio or a small business owner trying to set themselves apart from their competitors, an integral part of the video-making process is taking the time to sit down with clients to help them figure out how to articulate their experiences and beliefs so that audiences are engaged in a relatable and compelling way.
I’ve been fortunate over the past 10 years to work with a truly wide range of clients. I’ve shot interviews in some unbelievable spaces like the crime scene labs of the FBI, Lockheed Martin, the Washington Post, the Gap, Reebok, Comcast and Vanguard. At the same time, I’ve also worked with small, hardworking non-profits to help them further their goals, including an organization that helps wrongfully sentenced inmates get off death row, and another that helps low-income communities get better health care. Finally, I’ve had the privilege of documenting the work of artists at all levels of their career, from small dance and theater groups working in small community spaces, to well-known composers, choreographers and playwrights holding performances in some of Philadelphia’s best-known arts organizations.
Previous to being a videographer, my experience included working as a reporter for Bloomberg News and other outlets, as well as serving as a spokesman for political campaigns in and around the Philadelphia area. In these jobs, gathering information and presenting it in a quick, concise and engaging way was always at a premium. It’s these skills that build the foundation on which I do my work today. Thanks for visiting, and I look forward to hearing from you!
+1 215 756 7716
Philadelphia, PA 19123