I'm a 2015 graduate of the University of Rhode Island. With a combined concentration in communications, business, and art, I look to bring a uniquely creative perspective to every opportunity and experience.
Since graduating, I've been staying busy between working as an associate producer at Wonderful Machine, and shooting for the Philadelphia 76ers. My time at Wonderful Machine has given me a look into the commercial photography world, while working with the Sixers has given me experience and knowledge of the professional sports terrain. Since being at Wonderful Machine, I've been able to get my feet wet in production, helping executive producers with estimates, licensing, and sourcing crew. Furthermore, I've been the digital tech and assistant on advertising shoots, shot video for a History Channel episode, recommended photographers to brands and agencies, and created gifs for all member photographers to display their motion work on the site.
Prior to Wonderful Machine, I worked in the Athletic Development department at the University of Rhode Island with marketing and fundraising. I was responsible for designing and developing programs and signage for key events and mailing using InDesign and Photoshop.
In my free time, you can typically find me skateboarding, playing golf, drinking a craft IPA, and probably doing it all with a camera in my hand.