Finding and telling stories about people who rise to a challenge is what first drew me to the arts. At 11, I got permission from the US Air Force Museum to shoot my first film on a real B-17 Bomber. I still love the process of collaborating, discovering and bringing to fruition a great story.
My first paid job fell into my lap when a producer friend had a professional ballet dancer fall out of the Miss Georgia Pageant Live Broadcast. They needed someone to lift the outgoing Miss Georgia during her farewell song. I can only say thank god few folks still have VHS players. Hopefully, I've redeemed myself since then.
Somehow I was accepted to West Point, then actually graduated and served as an Army Infantry officer-- before I took the next logical step of going into the arts. Now I volunteer with Veterans in Media and Entertainment to help military vets connect to education and employment opportunities in Hollywood.
Abrams Artists Agency
Carissa Mitchell & Associates
The People Store