About Me

I was trained in Mass Communications, specifically in Audio Production, at Emerson College. I became a writer and have been involved in band management through PR at Iguana Records. My time at Iguana connected me to a variety of people in many media outlets. I still work with many of these people in some way. I continue to write for Chunklet magazine.
I also plan an annual benefit show called Crash Safely, to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The show has earned fundraising awards through the Society, as a Top 200 fundraiser for the BikeMS NYC event that it is connected to for every year the show has been produced. More recently, I was the website manager for the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

I have  been shooting, editing, and producing short films/videos for a variety of clients. Editing is a passion of mine and I prefer to do so in Final Cut Pro X and create animation in Motion.  I have been working as a video editor and web content editor for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and was recently the production coordinator and Jumbotroon pre-show loop editor for the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.

I was also an Assistant  Director of Alumni Relations, Alumni Communications/development and communications manager in Emerson College’s Office of Institutional Advancement, taking care of digital communications for alumni events, donor opportunities and intradepartmental communications. In the past, I have tended to web sites at the Department of Systems Biology Harvard Medical School. While I have not created the HMS sites, I maintained three, while working on a Masters of Liberal Arts degree in Digital Media and Instructional Design through Harvard Extension School. As a result of my ongoing training, I have become profient in XHTML/HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, PHP, jQuery and Javascript. I can hand-code sites as well as create in a Content Management System (CMS) such as Joomla!, WordPress, Wix, iModules, Umbracco and Drupal. I’m well versed in social media outlets, including Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo and YouTube.

I look forward to learning more about how I can help you!