I’ve been refining my craft as a filmmaker for over 20 years. My current working hypothesis is The Four Components of Cinema: The audience comes for the CONCEPT, they stay for the CHARACTERS, the STORY keeps them engaged & explores themes, and the STYLE gives them a unique experience.

My History

My great-great-great grandparents homesteaded in the Bitterroot valley in the 1870s. Growing up, I was enthralled by real life stories from my grandparents about the Old West. They say write what you know and I know the contemporary West which is why nearly all of my scripts are set in Montana.

My Discovery

From a young age, I was choreographing dances, recording my own radio programs, drawing floor plans & maps, and reenacting action scenes from movies. It wasn’t until I was 16 when I put it all together. At a family yard sale, all I could see were props. I asked for a video camera for my birthday and I was off.

My Present

Making films isn’t something I want to do it. It’s an obsession. I perceive the world through a cinematic lens. I work hard everyday to hone my craft as a filmmaker and storyteller. Check out my Now page for a full rundown. 

My Future

I have over 25 short, feature, TV pilot & video game concepts in various stages of development. My ultimate artistic goal is to share these stories with a worldwide audience. Bonus points if I can do that from Montana.

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