I was born and raised in Los Angeles. My education was at the Art Center College

of Design where I studied Photography. My real education began in the studios of

Hollywood as an Assistant Cameraman. Today I am a Cinematographer with

extensive experience in television, feature, documentary and commercial

production. Over the years I have worked on cutting edge projects such as 24, The

X-Files and Roswell. Recently, I lensed re-creations and documentary work for The

History Channel.

Three times I have been recognized by the International Cinematographers Guild

(ICG) for Outstanding Cinematography. In 2008, I received The Kodak Award for

my work in creating and founding The Emerging Cinematographers Awards.

I am well versed in traditional film technique and strive to create new directions

with today’s digital technology. All this experience is shared abundantly with my

professional clients and my students at The University of Southern California

School of Cinematic Arts where I instruct cinematography.