I am a self-driven creative, always ready to break new ground and bring bold ideas to life. I have traveled from the illustrious city Paris, France to the impoverished villages of Poteau, Haiti. Through these experiences, I have made friendships from all corners of the globe that have helped me better understand the full tragedy and beauty of the human condition that connects us all. Ultimately, I am a storyteller in love with the humans of this planet.


My documentary "I Am Not Alone," exposing sex-trafficking in the South, has been screened at several locations across Arkansas; and, my first comic book, "The Heirloom," has been released through Sideshow Media Group. I have held lectures on storytelling, filmmaking, and copyright law at Harding University, the Arkansas Arts Commission, and the Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center. I have also created workshops with the Little Rock Innovation Hub, and have assisted award-winning writers on workshops at the American Film Institute. Right now, I am the Entertainment Law Director of the Sports and Entertainment Law Student Society; I am in production with LA-based artist Jacob Redmon on the webcomic "Nobody's Special;" and, am pursuing my Juris Doctorate at William H. Bowen School of Law in Little Rock.