I love music, I love crowded venues, loud music, and sweat-soaked fans. I love the sound of a venue opening its doors to the public.
I have held several hats with 462 Concerts over the course of 12 years in the Dallas Metroplex. I have established several working relationships in several different areas of entertainment.
I ended up moving to the Austin area in 2011. I have nearly a decade of experience in the Entertainment & Private Event industries. I’m registered through the State of Texas & Tennessee with the Private Security Bureau. I have had additional training in defensive strategy, Krav Maga, situational awareness, CPR and I’m a Travis County Emergency Responder. I have supervised at a number of concert venues and festivals, such as Emo’s East, Stubb’s, ACL Festival, Bonnaroo, Austin Fan Fest, SXSW, and the Austin Trail of Lights.
I currently work at the Stubbs Music Amphitheater and work in the Box Office for the Circuit of the Americas and the Austin360 music venue.
In 2014, I began to take an interest in all things media related. I ended up chasing those ambitions and became a content creator and a concert photographer. With no formal training in any of those areas, in 2017 I decided it was time to change that up.
I decided to pursue a degree in the Arts focusing on Radio, Television, and Film. As I began my academic path, I inquired about the Media department. I currently am a multimedia journalist for the Student Life department at ACC.
To further my education, I received a scholarship with the Austin Film Society to become a TV Producer at Austin Public Studios.
As my passions continued to grow in the arts, I also now presently serve on the Media Team for the congregation at GT Austin church.
I believe in capturing the essence of life and representing it in a creative effort.