I'm a Brooklyn-based North Dakotan who produces, writes, and acts. I've been a producer on four narrative feature films including Turtle Hill, Brooklyn, the Sundance-selected Prairie Love (Grand Jury Awards: Atlanta Film Festival, Oxford Film Festival, Emerging Artist Award: Santa Cruz Film Festival) and most recently, Adam Bloom, currently in post-production. Throughout my career – as a content creator with CafeMom Studios and as an indie producer – I have established myself as a creative thinker and efficient producer who guides exceptional content all the way from pre- to post-production. On large-scale projects I work seamlessly with directors, producers, editors and talent, and on smaller shoots I am a one-woman band (Director/Producer/Shooter/Gaffer/Sound Operator/Editor) when need be.
My films have been praised as “engaging,” by Variety, “thought-provoking and emotionally honest,” by The Independent Critic and “perceptive,” by The Hollywood Reporter. To continue tooting my own horn, my professional and philanthropic work was recognized by my alma mater, the University of Portland, with the 2013 Contemporary Alumni Award.