I have been involved in television and independent film for over 12 years. I graduated from Savannah College of Art where I studied video and multimedia. It was not long until I discovered my passion for Television Production. In 2001 and 2002 ,I interned with CNN and I gained hands on experience from TV professionals. I shadowed producers who trained me to be punctual, creative, and skillful in project development. Following this, I landed a position as a log coordinator with Turner Network Television in the television programming division. At the same time, I worked as a Production Assistant on the set of Turner Classic Movies. Such experience had inspired me to write and produce my own TV Show for Cable Television where I put managed a production crew and hired a TV host. In November 2004, I moved to Tokyo, Japan to become an ESL Instructor. I had the opportunity of a life time to land a job as a voice Talent with NHK English Radio, a leading Japanese radio and TV station. I was inspired to start my own production company while in Japan called Movie Mad Entertainment, LLC. The company has produced short films and a TV series that showcased artists residing in Japan. My projects have been selected and screened at the New York Independent Film Festival, The Pumelo International Film Festival, The Urban MediaMakers Film Festival and The Tokyo Design Festa. Upon my return to the United States, I have continued to work in production. My current project is a mini series which deals with a very common issue, Battered Woman Syndrome. The project was first completed as a feature screenplay but I decided to turn it into a mini TV series because there is so much to tell.