I'm in love with creating things. I love learning, and when I'm not working on a project, I'm acquiring new skills. I've completed over 50 courses on LinkedIn Learning, and right now in my spare time I'm learning how to cook, play chess, and play bass guitar.
I began working in my home studio in 2005 and over time developed a pretty good ear for recording and processing sound. My music background also helped shape my ear for sound design. Over time, I began to learn more about field recording and podcasting as well. Now, I've recorded and edited sound captured from the studio, to the woods, to the board room, and beyond. I still produce music and host my podcast which allows me to continue developing my audio skills
In 2017 I decided to take the dive into the world of the moving picture. It wasn't long after that I began getting clients and projects of all scopes and sizes. In that time, I've become an expert videographer, with a solid understanding of video capture, processing, and editing. I've become a high-level user of the Adobe Creative Cloud and Final Cut Pro. Since I started, I've filmed music videos, corporate videos, multi-cam live musical performances, depositions, training videos, video podcasts, and so much more.
I never intended to get into photography, but after buying a mirrorless camera, it was hard to avoid the draw of the medium. While I'm in no means a professional, I'm fascinated by photographing my quotidian life as I experience it, and capturing the beautiful friends and family that I experience it with. I also just love having fun with it, and getting a little weird from time to time.
I've been to 30 countries over five continents.
I'm a triple citizen with passports from The United States, Sweden, and Nicaragua.
I have way too many hobbies including competitive foosball, cycling, language learning, and roller blading.
My great-great-grandfather was the president of Nicaragua in 1947.
Before becoming a multimedia professional, I worked as an accountant, an english teacher, and a pedicab driver.