From a young age, I grew up on a steady diet of The Twilight Zone, The Addams Family, and the Universal horror universe. I was a teenager when the Scream franchise started, and I was hooked on gory movies. Shortly after, Troma films became a huge influence in my life and I knew I could make horror films too.
The first short I made was Attack of the Killer Asparagus (2000), a campy monster B-movie, with my original production company Vegetable Thing Productions (2000-2009). In 2005, I graduated from Texas Christian University with a B.S. in Radio/TV/Film. I began my professional editing career at Circle R Media (now CRM Studios) and had the opportunity to work on projects for clients like Budweiser, Gamestop, and Radio Shack.
Now located on the Gulf Coast, I established A Girl and her Goldfish Productions (2016-present) and have produced award winning short films, screendance, and commercials. From 2018-2020, I lead a team for the 48 Hour Film Project in New Orleans, and won an award each year.
My hobbies include gardening, drawing, and playing niche indie video games on Steam. I have two daughters, one husband, and two black cats. My favorite horror movies are Hellraiser, Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Evil Dead series, and the Child's Play series. My favorite anime are Ergo Proxy, Serial Experiments Lain, Mushi shi, Hellsing, and Vampire Hunter D. I also enjoy graphic novels (Love and Rockets, Hellboy), and manga (Akira, Pet Shop of Horrors).
I'm a member of WIFT-FL Jacksonville.
My true passion is horror, specifically stories focused on the female experience. I am available for horror/sci fi/fantasy genre shorts and feature production (pre to post). I'm interested in creating horror themed music videos for musicians.