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(Video Production - 2016 - 2019)
I started working for AlphaMedia in the Spring of 2016. My video tasks having included editing greenscreen videos for their Portland Live Studio, producing videos for various contests, editing pre-roll videos and creating engaging motion graphics.


(Video Production - Intiman Theatre - 2016)
I worked with Seattle's Intiman Theatre to produce a series of videos promoting their #SHOWTHELOVE fundraising campaign in 2016. The campaign was to help raise funds for their upcoming season.

Description: "Join Intiman Theatre and 2016 co-curators Valerie Curtis-Newton and Andrew Russell, as we cast a bold vision for racial and gender equity in all of our future work. To kick it off right, we’re producing a citywide theatre festival celebrating the work of black, female playwrights. Our goal is to raise $75,000 in 16 days, February 14-February 29!" (website)


(Video Production - 2009-2016)
I've been working for MarxFoods for over seven years on all their video production projects (Filming, Editing and Motion Graphics). During that time I've worked on countless video projects including product spotlights, interviews, tutorial videos and many more. I've included several selections from this work.

INTIMAN 2013 - Give Big

(Video Production - Intiman Theatre - 2013)
Description: "Each year Intiman partners with over 40 interns who play an important role on stage and off. Through mentorship, weekly lunches, masterclasses, and the opportunity to work alongside professional actors and directors in more than one show, Intiman is ensuring that the next generation is as prepared as possible to shape the theatrical landscape of tomorrow. Donate on May 15 as part of GiveBIG and your gift will be doubled by a generous donor, and will be stretched as part of this fantastic Seattle Foundation initiative!"

Make Some Noise! Seattle Opera Open House

(Video Production - Seattle Opera - 2013)
Description: Seattle Opera's Make Some Noise! open house on August 3rd, 2013. Special guests Lelavision, and the first complete performance of the Our Earth trilogy were highlights.

La Bohème - Youth Chorus

(Video Production - Seattle Opera - 2013)
Meet some enthusiastic young singers as they prepare for Act II's lively Parisian street scene from La Bohème.

INTIMAN 2012 - Give Big

(Video Production - Intiman Theatre - 2012)
Description: "GiveBIG to Intiman Theatre today and have your gift stretched by The Seattle Foundation sponsors: Thank you for supporting Intiman and helping our summer theatre festival soar!"

Behind the Scenes: Porgy Chorus

(Video Production - Seattle Opera - 2011)
Description: When writing the score for Porgy and Bess, George Gershwin himself mandated that every performance of this work include an all-black chorus. To honor the composer's request, Seattle Opera held auditions to find our newest chorus members, all local Seattleites with great stories to tell. Watch the chorus in rehearsal and meet a few new choristers in backstage interviews.

The Magic Flute: Flute-Apalooza

(Video Production - Seattle Opera - 2011)
Description: In celebration of "The Magic Flute," Seattle Opera hosted a free community open house at McCaw Hall on Saturday, May 7, which featured performances by Papageno (Leigh Melrose) and the Queen of the Night (Mari Moriya), as well as Sound Wave (the official Seattle Sounders marching band), the University of Washington Magic Flutes, and an all-kazoo orchestra. Check out this recap of the fun, family-friendly event, sponsored by Russell Investments.

The Barber of Seattle

(Video Production - Seattle Opera - 2011)
Description: In honor of the upcoming production of "The Barber of Seville", Seattle Opera presented "The Barber of Seattle"--a chance for heroic stylists, barbers, and bearded Seattleites to celebrate glorious hair. This free event also included live music performed by Seattle Opera baritone David Adam Moore, the barbershop stylings of KlapaDooWopella, and backstage tours of McCaw Hall.


Summer of '69

(Co-director/Cinematographer/Editor/Composer - 2015)
Starting in 2013, I began working on my first major film project - Summer of '69. I co-directed the project with my good friend Ellen Steves and her theater company, BOOM! Theater. We shot most of the film in a ghost town in Central Washington. The film was accepted into several film festivals including the Hudson Valley International Film Festival and Northwest Film Forum's Local Sightings Film Festival (where it won 'Best Original Score').

Ed, Downloaded

(Video Designer - Washington Ensemble Theatre - 2014)
In 2014 I worked with Seattle's Washington Ensemble Theater to create the video designs for a production called Ed, Downloaded. From both a technical and artistic perspective, it was one of the most ambitious projects I've ever worked on. The video design aspects of the production involved many video shoots(shot with GoPro cameras to obtain a first-person perspective), the implimentation of some very elaborate specials effects, and the implementation of multiple projected elements on stage that the actors interacted with.

Returning to Albert Joseph

(Video Designer - Satori Group - 2014)
In 2014, I also created video elements for Satori Group's production of Returning to Albert Josephin Seattle. The video elements were projected full-sized against the stage and actors.


(Filmmaker - 2012)
I created this short film in collaboration with a dancer/choreographer friend of mine, Matt Drews. The filming and dance were improved - I then later edited together the footage to a music track ("Glue Stick" by Schlohmo) that we both felt went well with the footage.

La Plage ("The Beach")

(Filmmaker/Composer - 2009)
La Plage was part of a series of three short film I created as part of my senior thesis at Cornish College of the Arts. All three films were short on Super8, and were accompanied by music composed by myself.


(Animator/Composer - 2009)
Birdsong is a short animation I created during my time at Cornish College of the Arts. Everything was hand drawn and then photographed. I did the "painting" in photoshop and put it all together in Adobe Premiere. I wrote and performed the music myself.

Variations on a Memory

(Filmmaker/Composer - 2008)
Variations on a Memory was the first film I short on Super8. The film is accompanied by a piece for piano that I composed for the film.