My road in life took a while to figure out.
I knew I wanted to work in entertainment from a young age and began directing movies while still in high school.
After attending community college, I was accepted to the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) on a full-ride scholarship.
Received my associate's degree in digital media studies and worked for a while as a video editor, which is what I thought I was best at.
I decided I wanted to pursue a bachelor's degree and go to film school, so I went back to community college to earn credits—while there, I was encouraged to be a writer.
Attended Biola University where I received my bachelor’s degree in film production and creative writing.
After graduating, I freelanced in video post-production and editing while doing some writing projects on the side (scripts, poems, short stories).
Decided to take a year and a half off from freelance video editing in order to focus on my writing—I got two part-time jobs to make ends meet and was writing every day.
Started a screenwriting group that meets once a month and I continue to edit, but I’m planning to transition into more writing and directing in the future.
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