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I fell in love with film when I realized the emotional impact it can have on its audience.  The first film I made was a short documentary showing the damage done to my town by Hurricane Sandy when I was twelve.  The video was shown to a group of teachers and administrators, and I was later told I had people in tears.  I remember this moment so vividly because I just couldn't believe it.  Like what?  I can connect with people through images and sounds on a screen?  Since then I've been hooked. 

In high school I believe I used film to help me figure myself out and begin to learn who I was.  Now that I'm at Emerson College as a film student, I'm focusing on more narrative films as I work to improve myself as a filmmaker.  At Emerson I was also able to discover another aspect of film I love: the social aspect.  I love meeting new people and experiencing new things.  I'm friendly, a great communicator, and know how to work as a member of a team.

I’m tenacious, a quick learner, and incredibly passionate about pursuing this profession.  I was working on my first feature film, A24's Low Tide, at 16 years old.  At 17 I was working as a paid PA on the television show Impractical Jokers.  At college, I've ensured I'm frequently on sets and working a variety of positions.  So far my favorite positions to work have been director, assistant director, and second assistant camera (though I also enjoy grip work and producing).  There is nothing I want more than to spend my life making films, and I'm not afraid to do the work it takes to get there.

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