I'm a director, first and foremost. I'm self-taught, though I did get into film school back home in Virginia. I decided to move to LA instead and dive in. School for me became learning from the professionals I met and then making short film after short film to let it set in.
I've worked in the trenches of development at Rough Diamond Productions, managed the G&E crew on the set of You Should Meet My Son 2!, and worked 14 hour days in the edit bay to finish The Nurse in time for its premiere. If I'm writing, I can keep an eye on budget restrictions, if I'm on set I can speak the crew's language as easily as the actors', and it seems to help things run smoother and faster.
Because of this, I'm the guy who will show up and get things done on time, under budget. You can see my creative eye in my reels; just as important is having a smooth process. This is what I do best.