I am a filmmaker from New York City, living in Los Angeles.
I created Plastic Productions as a place to house my directing, acting, and production design work.
I grew up acting on stage and in Columbia & NYU MFA films, and began directing while in Northwestern University's Theatre program. The first show I directed was HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical, which featured on-stage video collage and interactive elements. I then directed a production of White Girl Wasted by Max Friedlich in an upstairs bedroom of the ZBT frat house, followed by the US Premiere of Les Chambres by Mathieu Beurton, which I adapted into my first short film, Rooms.
My favorite films are Rosemary's Baby, Apocalypse Now, Phantom Thread, Fantasia, Alice in Wonderland, and Spirited Away.
I'm currently in pre-production on my next short about a marketing team full of clowns trying to drum up business for their ice cream company during a zombie apocalypse.