I've been working in the film and television community in a variety of capacities in Los Angeles for the past 10 years. I started out as a Title and Camera Supervisor at a Title & Optical Post Facility creating titles for features and trailers for companies such as Sony, Paramount, and Lionsgate to name a few. I then continued on in post-production as a freelance post assistant working up to post-coordinator on movie of the weeks for Hallmark Hall of Fame and Warner Brothers. During that time I was a co-producer on the award winning documentary MISSING PRESUMED DEAD: The Search for America's POWs. I then formed LGL Productions with partner Matthew Arnold to produce the award winning feature sports documentary THE LONG GREEN LINE. Along with working in film and television I've also had experience as a film instructor for several middle school summer film camps in the Chicago and Detroit areas. Presently I've been working as a regular freelance editor for a variety of feature film, cable and web production companies. I recently received my masters degree in film editing at the American Film Institute.