I am a producer and director based in New York, NY. I most recently line produced a short film funded by The Spike Lee Foundation and directed by hip hop artist Lin Que Ayoung.
I wrote, directed, and produced the feature film A Good Dream (2018), which won 17 awards internationally - including Best Feature Film and Best Director - and was nominated for 9 other awards. The film was acquired by Freestyle Digital Media and is available widely on iTunes, Amazon, GooglePlay and other video-on-demand platforms.
I am currently enrolled in an MBA/MFA dual degree program at New York University. The program accepts 5 applicants each year for the unique opportunity to pursue simultaneously both an MFA in film production at Tisch School of the Arts and an MBA from Leonard N. Stern School of Business. In addition, I am the recipient of the Story Mining and Supply Scholarship, offered for my strength in both programs. I will graduate from NYU in 2022.
I attended Barnard College at Columbia University where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Studies with a minor in Religion. I was raised in the Silicon Valley in a culture of entrepreneurship and innovation. My interests include storytelling, digital media, and entrepreneurship, particularly projects with an artistic, theoretical or philosophical bent.