I’m a Jewban from Ann Arbor. Jewban means Jewish and Cuban. Ann Arbor means I grew up in a college town with lots of football, some basketball, and a little soccer. My parents are cultural anthropologists, which means I spent a lot of my childhood in other countries.
I graduated from NYU in 2008 with a BFA in Film Production and a Second Major in History.
I've been working on film and photography in New York ever since, and am currently a faculty instructor at Stonestreet Studios, an advanced acting conservatory of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
I make my home in Brooklyn.