s a professor I am always looking for fresh ways to engage and to empower an audience to learn and grow. I am as much at home in a classroom, as I am speaking before a large audience or collaborating in a creative production environment. New and challenging always excites me. I am lucky enough to be one of the few people that do what they love. I am an Adjunct Film Professor at the Art Institute of Houston which is one of the most rewarding places to teach.
I have over 10-years of hands on production experience working for such companies as Fox News, CBS, ABC, and MTV Networks. I worked on such documentary projects as David Wolper’s Celebrate the Century, Ken Burn’s Jazz and projects and Henry Hampton’s America’s War On Poverty. I hold a self-designed Masters of Arts in Media Business and Production from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where I combined MBA classes and film production courses from Tisch, and a Bachelors of Arts in English and a Bachelors of Science in Journalism from Boston University.
I am tri-state native from the New York City Metropolitan area where I grew up and lived for my entire life, recently transplanted to Houston Texas, where I, currently, reside with my wife Keila and my two dogs -Sherlock and CoCo.