I’m a multi-hyphenate creative professional with over twenty years of experience working in media and entertainment.
I began my career as a performer. First onstage and then on screen. It’s possible you’ve seen me on television, in an independent film or in one particularly viral commercial. It’s also likely I’ve popped up on your TV during a late-night “Law & Order” or “Law & Order: SVU” marathon.
Along the way I came to realize that my creativity and communication skills are paired with a strategic, organized and detail-oriented disposition. I started directing and producing and have been working behind the camera ever since. I’ve created my own short films (Interview Requested, Dirty Laundry) and directed for others as well (Officer Grumpy, Nice to Meet You Again).
Throughout, I’ve been a writer. Primarily of screenplays, but also copy and digital content. My short script 6:18 to Omaha won the CinemaStreet Women’s Short Screenplay Competition and I was a semi-finalist for the Made In NY Writers Room Fellowship. My first feature is currently in development.
I’ve also spent the last five years leading cross-functional production teams for Fortune 500 companies, producing and directing a diverse portfolio of internal and external content from explainer videos to sizzle reels, animation, interviews, mood films and more.
When I’m not dreaming up new stories or scheming how to bring them to life, I’m running around with my daughter and husband – the incredible actor / director / voice over talent Andy Schneeflock. I’m a big fan of (among other things) history, horseback riding, games, podcasts about games, breakfast, learning about things and fuzzy slippers.