About Me

College
La Salle University – Class of 2015 (Journalism & Digital Media)
St. Joseph’s Preparatory High School – Class of 2011

Field Experience
Philadelphia Phillies (Phanavision)

Work with Phanavision team as an EVS replay operator and also worked a handheld camera and stationary camera for special events such as the ALS Festival, Phillies family picnic, and Spartan Race.  Shot footage for Tommy Joseph’s visit to Children’s Hospital, which was used on MLB.com and local news outlets.

3601 Productions (Arenavision)
Operate EVS for in-game productions for the Flyers, Sixers, Soul and Villanova. Served as a camera man for Sixers and Soul games.

Tamarin Entertainment
Serve as a camera man for weekly studio webseries shoots and cooporate events.

Sons of Penn
Produce highlight videos for social media and website using Adobe Premiere. Created logo using Adobe Illustrator, website layout, and works as an editor for SonsofPenn.com. Create graphics, photoshops, and more using Adobe products for social media. Produce live podcast once per week using Adobe Audition.

Comcast SportsNet
Helped produce live TV shows for CSN, learning all the behind-the-scenes work that goes into working in television. Work camera, video playback, as well as stage manager assisting wherever I was needed.

Other Related Experience
Lead Editor (Sports) – La Salle Collegian (2014 & 2015)
Live-streaming, copy editing, and video editing at La Salle University for athletic department from 2012-2015.
Covered the NHL as a blogger from 2012-2017, including 2014 NHL Draft and 2014 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four in Philadelphia.

“I do it because I can. I can because I want to. I want to because you said I couldn’t do it.”

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