I entered academia as an adjunct professor at Hofstra University, where I taught television production and audio production after a highly successful career in television and media production and management. Upon earning my Master of Fine Arts degree in May 2018, Seton Hall hired me to the faculty of the College of Communication and the Arts. Here I teach courses in film/television theory as well as film and television production. I bring my years of professional experience to the classroom and try to give students an understanding of what the media industry is like so they are prepared with comprehensive production experience and practical professional knowledge. I am still active in the media industry as a producer, director, editor, and music recording engineer - constantly expanding my knowledge base and bringing new concepts to my students.
- M.F.A., Long Island University, Brooklyn
- B.S., Hofstra University
- "This World We're Living In," Short documentary. A look at political inequality, social injustice, and the importance of family influence in the United States during musician Andre Lassalle's lifetime and the impact those factors had on his life and music. (2018)