* Film and Television Production: Ground up knowledge of video production from the first concept to the last encode. Effective on set in numerous roles from boom mic to director. Skilled with cameras and other production equipment. Comfortable within prerecorded and live video environments. Capable of script writing and revision. Experienced in video and sound editing at a large scale.
* Technical Proficiencies: Eleven years experience in Adobe Photoshop. Nine years with Adobe Premiere Pro. Familiar with Adobe Illustrator, Flash, and Dreamweaver. Skilled in Apple Final Cut, Motion, Color, Compressor, and Soundtrack Pro. Comfortable in Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
* Strengths and Accomplishments: Strong work ethic matched with enthusiastic creativity. Deals well with deadlines. Always thinking of efficiency while reaching maximum potential output. Excellent leader with ambition and skills to match. Always willing to learn more and adapt to new technologies.

* B.A. in Media Arts in the Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University.
* Majored in Digital Media Production with concentrations in History and Computer Science.
* Graduated in May 2009 with High Honors in the Media Arts. WORK EXPERIENCE
* Digital Video Editor for Community Health Network since 2010.
* Graphic designer for LEGOLAND Chicago 2009-2010.
* Directed the 2009 NCAA Division II Men's and Women's Track and Field Championships live webcast in Houston, Texas.
* Ran camera and laid five miles of cable for the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Golf Championships in Baltimore, Maryland and Toledo, Ohio.
* Roving cameraman for Indianapolis Indians Baseball from 2007 to 2008.
* Produced a series of web videos with custom graphics and animations for Horizon League basketball in 2008.
* Fan photographer for the Indianapolis Colts in 2008.
* In house graphic designer and web developer for Forsythe Racing in 2008. EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
* Premiered the student produced film, Without Troy, in front of a crowd of three-hundred fans.
* Created websites for Butler EPICS, a student engineering community service group.
* Received the “Overall Outstanding Student” award of recognition from the Butler University Media Arts department. The highest honor the department can bestow.
* Brought the student produced sketch comedy show Random Acts to the web for the first time in 2006. This resulted in thousands of new viewers and a lifetime million views for the videos.
* Wrote and directed news segments for Butler Daily News in 2006.
* Created a series of public service announcements that promoted student voting. The videos ran on local cable and received honors twice by the Telly Awards for outstanding production in 2004.
* Received the Communicator Award, the leading international awards program recognizing creative excellence in the communication field, for an educational film in 2004.
* Co-Produced several award winning short films with other students in 2002 through 2004.