I’m the Senior Video Editor for People Who Think, a full-service advertising agency based in the Greater New Orleans area with divisions serving corporate, food and beverage, and political sectors.
Since joining People Who Think in 2014, I’ve developed and expanded the company's video production capabilities from producing just under 40% of all video creative internally to producing over 85% at the end of 2018; averaging over 130 unique ads, films, and digital assets annually.
Playing a vital role in the creative development of or all digital and broadcast video productions, my vision, execution, and leadership play a crucial role in developing ideas that build brands.
In 2018 I received the Ad Person of the Year Award for Creative Production at the American Advertising Awards held by the New Orleans Advertising Club for demonstrating in the eyes of peers, outstanding professional achievement and contributing to the advancement of advertising in New Orleans.
I currently live in New Orleans, LA and I’m employed by People Who Think. Outside of the office, I play rugby for the Crescent City Rougaroux, I enjoy kayaking, riding my bike, volunteering, and I serve on the advisory board of the George A. Romero Filmmaking Program. I'm also an active member of the New Orleans Advertising Club and judge for both the Telly Awards and the Suncoast Emmy Awards.
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In 2011 I graduated at the top of my class from the George A. Romero Filmmaking Program. During my time there I earned an Associate in Specialized Business Degree (A.S.B.) and produced my first feature film Requiem for the Damned alongside Robert Tinnell (Believe, Kids Of The Round Table). That film went on to received domestic distribution through Hannover House at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
My work on the film Requiem for the Damned led to an editing position with Tinnell’s production company, Allegheny Image Factory. Over the course of five years, I would become a lead editor and the post-production supervisor overseeing several films and television shows not to mention countless ads. It was also during this time I formed RPOST—a post-production entity for freelance work. Through RPOST I began creating content for agencies and clientele across the US and the Ohio Valley Region.
While continuing to freelance, in 2012 I returned to the George A. Romero Filmmaking Program, but this time to teach. I lead courses in cinematography along with a post-production audio class alongside award-winning sound designer Kelley Baker (Good Will Hunting, Psycho, Finding Forrester, Far From Heaven). Working with Kelley taught me one of the most important things in any movie is sound—after the story and performances of course. The most important sound? In the words of Kelley himself, “It’s the dialogue, stupid!”
In 2014 I relocated to New Orleans, LA to work for People Who Think. There is a funny story to how I ended up in Louisiana—ask me about it sometime.
Over the years I’ve created content for networks like Lifetime, MTV, Outdoor Channel, TV Guide, PBS, along with regional and national brands. I’ve even been fortunate to see the independent films I’ve worked on be distributed domestically and internationally by companies like Hannover House and Entertainment One. But most importantly, I’ve grown as an editor and director—because being a filmmaker means always seeing the potential to improve.
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