At 20 years old, I made an abrupt decision to leave Somerville, Massachusetts behind and do the big city thang in Brooklyn, New York. Needless to say, I not only stuck to my guns and packed my moving van, but I actually thrived out here. I’m not saying it was all peachy keen. I’ve certainly had my share of bad experiences, but New York City, or as I like to call it: Hollyhood, has been good to me overall. I’ve laughed. I’ve cried. And met so many interesting (and crazy) people along the way. I’ve worked grave yard shifts at dead end jobs, went days without eating or sleeping, and literally walked miles through this concrete jungle of a city to get where I am today. I have truly blossomed into a promising young woman, with success on the horizon. I just have to keep going.
Including, but not limited to field-production of social media content for a critically acclaimed protest rock group, on tour with Incubus and One Republic in the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and Greece;
Casting associate for nationally known brand commercials, such as Apple, Lincoln Motors,Verizon Wireless, & The UPS Store, under the direction of an award-winning documentary filmmaker and casting director duo, specializing in finding real people, as well as actors;
On-set TV production assistance for networks such as FX, Bravo, and USA, with duties ranging from management of lead/background actors to locking down the set and securing clearance releases;
I'm currently developing a grassroots intersectional digital movement called #PullUpMyPeople, officially launching with the release of CLAUDIA, a short documentary film highlighting the unique experiences of an undocumented mother living in NY;
I also produce a weekly series of short personal video blogs on the latest issues and meaningful ideas that matter most to me.