top of page

This is me

For my entire life, the only way I’ve known to process my world is through stories.

As a painfully shy child, I learned myself through my TV screen. I marveled at all the

curious and complex characters, intentionally pulling something from each. By 6 years

old, I was writing my own short plays for every major holiday and directing my siblings

in performing them. By 15, I was using the internet to figure out how to flesh out

believable characters, write an abstract and format a proper script.


Besides a one-day screenwriting workshop I attended during my sophomore year at

Florida A&M University (taught by Kelsey Scott), I am entirely self taught.

Thanks to this perseverance, I was invited to join the Black Boy / Black Girl Writes

2023 cohort, founded by Mike Gauyo (Insecure, Ginny&Georgia).

My journey in camera began as a Camera Intern on Season 1 of the HBO series “Our Flag Means Death” thanks to the WarnerMedia Access program. Since then, I have joined  IATSE’s Local 600 International Cinematographers Guild and continued to develop my eye for cinematography via personal research, frequent visits to Panavision and my close proximity to numerous talented DPs. I have since DP'ed numerous short films and completed internal branding deliverables for UCLA Health.


In all of my mediums, I find myself drawn to stories of mischievous, misbehaving, raw and unruly, “bad” women.

I aspire to continue exploring these stories as a multi-hyphenate film writer-director, TV showrunner and cinematographer.

tv single.png


I am currently working on multiple projects in collaboration with...

famu focus logo white.png
pyramid productions logo white.png
streetculture logo white.png
bottom of page