I firmly believe the goal of any colorist is technical efficiency, good communication, and pure creativity. Most simply put, I value innovation and happy clients.
Most recently, I have been the main colorist at Formosa Interactive's post-production division in Seattle. Before this, I worked in the same role at the creative agency Clatter&Din as their main colorist and video editor, where for five collective years I worked alongside producers, audio engineers, sound designers, video editors, art designers, and more.
My long-form work as a colorist is featured in John Deere’s Odd Hours, No Pay, Cool Hat documentary (2022), Eddie Bauer’s documentary Breathtaking – K2: The World’s Most Dangerous Mountain (2020), Patagonia’s documentary Drop – Water Connects Us All (2021), and Valve’s Dota tournament True Sight: The International Finals (2021). My commercial clients include Eddie Bauer, The North Face, TomboyX, Mod Pizza, Patagonia, and Amazon.
I'm work directly with clients in the color suite, and, when I'm not doing that, I conduct remote sessions resulting in real-time collaboration with clients anywhere in the US. I am a certified Davinci Resolve user, and a constant learner with a positive attitude, finding joy in working with others on projects of all complexity levels.
While raised in Seattle, WA, a common thread throughout my life has always been art, movies, stories, computers, and technology, and what I have found in post-production is a wonderful blend of each of these.