From acting to lighting to woodwork, my life has been a journey through different interests, and I'll only continue to grow and learn.
If I'm being honest, the grandest passion I have is acting. I also love the filmmaking process and any chance I get to bring all of my experiences to the table brings me great joy.
I attended NYU for acting training where I studied at Stella Adler Acting Studio as well as Stonestreet Studios. In my free time outside of school I began learning about lighting, installing and building lights for companies that my father was able to put me in touch with. This eventually led to me helping install lights on the Empire State Building, when they swapped to LEDs. From this experience, after school, I found my way to working in Film and TV lighting, starting off in sales and rentals and doing demos of new products where I learned an immense amount. This led to me working in the Film and TV world as a gaffer and grip.
As a woodworker... I always had an interest in tinkering, with electronics and making things in general. I found my way from growing my woodworking as a hobby into being part of a career. I briefly spent some time building a bit of everything for ATC, a HiFi Loudspeaker company in the UK, which taught me an immense amount. Since then, I've built cabinets, furniture, decks and done other general construction and woodwork, but mostly, I've built guitars. It was one of my first passions in woodworking, and it grew out of the fact that I've always wanted expensive guitars; so why couldn't I make them for myself? So as I started making them on my own and eventually I was fortunate enough to work for the esteemed Brooklyn Lutherie. At that time my interest in woodwork also led me to a unique woodworking store in Brooklyn, Tools For Working Wood. Whilst there I began producing woodworking videos on products and on my own process of building things. I was beginning to really tie all of my abilities together with making videos about woodworking, which I now do on my own.
Acting is still the main passion, but I love finding ways to tie all of my joys and experiences together whenever I can.
FILM/ TV/ VIDEO
A Sketch Of NY Player Joe DiNozzi
Father Of The Bride Buckley Dunstan Peterborough Players
The Laramie Project Jeffery Lockwood Stella Adler Studio
Stage Combat David Brimmer – NYU Tisch
Technique Paula Stevens – Stella Adler Studio
Character Elizabeth Parish – Stella Adler Studio
Improv Noel Wilson– Stella Adler Studio
Scene Study Paul Takacs– Stella Adler Studio
Voice & Speech Johnathan Hopkins – Stella Adler Studio
Commercial Auditioning Zach Galligan – Stonestreet Studios
Film Business Ted Sluberski – Stonestreet Studios
Screen Acting Jen McCabe – Stonestreet Studios
Audition Prep. Vance Barber – Stonestreet Studios
Sports: Boxing, Martial Arts (Wing Chun, KFM, Tai Chi), Hockey, Rowing, Golf, Skiing, Lacrosse, Tennis, Rugby, Football, Bowling
Arts: Guitar, Singing, Piano, Musical Composition, Writing, Poetry
Languages: English, Spanish (Limited conversational ability), Cantonese (Limited conversational ability, Only speaking)
Lighting Designer (Worked on Empire State Building), Gaffer, Key Grip,
Carpenter/ Woodworker, Luthier, Lumberjack.
Actor Prepares Key Grip Dir. Theo Wells
Say Her Name Key Grip/ Gaffer Prod. Laquana Lightfoot
Waiter’s Way Key Grip/ Gaffer Dir./ Prod. Steven Moity
Milk Makeup Best Boy Electric Milk Stuidos
An Emergency Situation DP The Here We Go Show
Dragon Ball Super Broly Hype! DP The Here We Go Show
Joe Show Live!
HB Home Services
Applying Osmo (series)
The Little Sister
James Bond (Lead)
Smiling Man (Supporting)
Snow Joe + Sun Joe
Tools For Working Wood
Tools For Working Wood
Maple, Cherry, Ash Guitar
Cherry Custom Guitar
Figured Cherry Guitar Body
Ash Unibody Guitar
Cutting board and Matching knife, Maple and Walnut
Doghouse with Cute Dog
White Oak Dining Table
Live Post Bed
Donald Judd Style Chair
Oak Grill Table
Mahogany Cup Holder
Shou Sugi Ban Bench
French Polish on White Oak
Ash Handled Knife
Knives, spoon, shaving brush
Curly Maple Guitar
Oak French Cleat Kitchen Bar
Tool Splay at TFWW