How I Got Here
After getting an internship on Alton Brown's Good Eats, I managed to eventually get into the world of music, shooting music festivals and figuring it all out as I went. While producing, shooting, and editing festival promos and a few short films, Tim McGraw's camp called me up and asked me to go out on the road as tour documentarian in 2011. Like I said, pure luck (and a couple good references).
A year later, Zac Brown Band came calling and hired me as the director of his production company, Southern Reel. After 3 amazing years, a couple music videos, and even a Dave Grohl documentary, in 2014 I decided to get out of the music business and focus on freelancing in the indie/commercial world.
And here we are, half a million miles later, in 2019 about to release my first full length documentary, Booch Eats a Car.
#1 Music Video on CMT-'Jump Right In.'
#1 Music Video on CMT-"Sweet Annie".
2012 Georgia Music Award Best Music Video-'Crazy Lonesome'
Director/Camera/Edit "The Making of the Grohl Sessions, Vol.1" Documentary
Photography seen in Blade Magazine, Drummers World, Pollstar, Billboard, GA Travel Guide, USA Today, among others.
'Sweet Annie' nominated for CMT award "Group Video of the Year" 2014
Bunch of other shit