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About Me

I grew up in Hillsboro, Oregon graduating high school in 2011 receiving several awards for Technical Theatre. After which I went to Southern Oregon University, working on multiple shows including, Red Noses, Avenue Q and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as I received my Bachelor of Science in Technical Direction in 2015. 

Once graduated, I decided to move to Colorado, after living there for a little while my partner and I decided to purchase an old van, fix it up and started to travel. I worked in Chicago, Seattle and L.A. in film, theater and concerts. We ended up in Santa Cruz and working for the outdoor Shakespeare Festival as their Technical Director. 

After finishing the season, again my partner and I moved this time to Seattle. I began working for IATSE, the theatre union and a few small film companies as a gaffer before working at Ghost Ride Productions. Focusing on mold making and resin pouring, as well as poly urethane mixing. I finished my time in Seattle by working for KCTV under the umbrella of PBS as well as Unknown Productions. Before moving once again to the Portland Metro Area. 

After moving to the Portland Area, I have been seeking another opportunity to work in the creative field of performing arts, instead working for construction companies, including Columbia Steele, and Tiny Heirloom Inc. In the mean time starting a family, with my son being born in 2020. 

My goal is find balance in both my work and personal life, aiming to take care of my family while working in an industry that I love. 

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