Professional Resume


Producer, Digital Content, All Things Gym (, January 2019 to present

    • Propose, film, edit, and promote short- and long-form content about Olympic weightlifting athletes and coaches (interviews, training footage, competition lifts, documentaries)
    • Contributed to YouTube Channel growth of 30,000+ subscribers; Instagram growth of 60,000+
    • Drove innovation by developing new types of content, such as technique analysis videos
    • Developed a user survey to assess our core audience and propose strategies to better engage with them

Freelance Filmmaker, 2016–Present (Selected Projects)

    • Starbucks Reserve® Cocktail Training videos (Menu Collective/Starbucks; February 2020): cinematographer, camera operator, sound recordist, editor, and colorist
    • Untitled teen mental health project (Lipp Studios; September 2019): camera operator and sound recordist
    • Volunteer Onboarding Video (Goodman Community Center; June 2019): camera operator, sound recordist, and editor
    • Why We Ride Naked (Windmiller Media; June 2019): camera operator
    • Classical concert recordings (Arts + Literature Laboratory, Musica Maxima; Madison and Beloit, WI; 2016–2019): camera operator, sound recordist, and editor

Broadcast Commentator, 2015–2019

    • Broadcast commentator for International Weightlifting Federation World Championships (Lagardère Sports; 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019)



Adjunct/Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History, Beloit College, WI; August 2013–May 2019; University of Maine; August 2011–June 2012

    • Developed twelve new art history courses including: art and sports, video games, and African art, increasing diversity in art history department courses overall
    • Designed lectures to tell a compelling story about the history of art; designed and graded assignments; led students through college experience via advising and student-centered assignments and discussions
    • Student evaluations consistently exceeded both the departmental and the college-wide average

Discussion Facilitator, Books@Work; January 2015 to present

    • Lead over 15 book and short story discussions to encourage meaningful conversations with machinists, engineers, HR staff, Project Managers, and Senior Operations Managers (Fairbanks Morse, Beloit, WI)
    • Coordinate with program staff to select readings and questions for different groups’ needs and interests
    • Invited facilitator for EnPro Industries executive conference (Bonita Springs, Florida; January 2020)



Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey: PhD, Art History, 2011

Drew University: BA, Art History and Psychology, 2003


    • Cameras: Sony PXW-FS5; Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5S; Atomos Shogun for external recording; GoPro Hero 8; associated lenses and support systems
    • Sound: Zoom F4, Zoom H6, Sony UWP-D11 lav system, Saramonic UWMIC9 dual channel UHF wireless lav system, Sennheiser MKE 600 mic, Sony ECM-VG1, Røde M5 mics (4)
    • Software experience: DaVinci Resolve (4 years); Final Cut Pro X (2 years); Adobe Audition (3 years); Premiere Pro, Photoshop (1 year); After Effects, Illustrator (<1 year)