I’ve been in New York City making theater and videos since 2009 and in dark rooms for long hours where people use nearly forgotten practices to engage their imaginations is where I often find myself.

Theater has been home for me for as long as I can remember. My father started Rogue Music Theater in Southern Oregon right down the road from the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. I started acting in plays and singing in musicals at the ripe age of 6 years old. I was involved in hundreds of shows growing up and studied acting at OSF in 1998 and then the Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts where I graduated in 2001.

As my creative inclinations grew more technical in nature video design became one of my favorite mediums and I have been fortunate enough to work with some extraordinary artists over the years in theater, film, television and installations somewhere in between. I Spent 2003-2010 making theater and music in Portland with Insightout Theater collective, The ReTheater Instrument, Portland Center Stage, and several of PICAs TBA festivals among many other Oregonian collaborators.

Experimental theater collaborations led me to New York City where I started working regularly in 2010. In 2015 I teamed up with my friends at Figure53 and made some tutorial videos for some of my favorite theatrical software: QLAB3

Check out some examples from some of my favorite designs below...