I am a Broadcast Journalism student with a wide range of experience in productions from documentary, to narrative film, to marketing materials/advertising in all phases of production. I am originally from Orlando, Florida, where I created my first feature-length film: The Golden Truth, a documentary about pediatric cancer for BASECAMP Children's Cancer Foundation, where I served as a program assistant and content producer for four years. I have worked as a freelance photographer/videographer/marketing contractor for clients in a range of industries (listed below). My work has been recognized by film festivals across the country and the News and Documentary Emmy Awards, where I received the prestigious Mike Wallace Memorial Scholarship for excellence in journalism in 2017 for my coverage of US healthcare reform. I have a bachelor's degree in Telecommunications in Media & Society from the University of Florida and am currently pursuing my masters degree in Public Interest Communication at UF Online.