With a strong background in music technology and composition, my craft is specially tailored to capturing musical performances. From concert halls to coffeehouses, my unique training allows me to stay highly attuned to both the visual and auditory aspects of the experience. Beyond music, my experience extends to filming and editing for a variety of purposes, such as academic lectures, corporate presentations, and promotional interviews.
Having spent a decade living in Boston, MA, my work has brought me to a number of high-quality venues, including Boston Symphony Hall, New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, Harvard University's Sanders Theatre, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, and Boston Children's Museum. I have also collaborated with a variety of institutions and organizations: Northeastern University, Boston University, MIT, Boston Philharmonic, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, and the Rivers School Conservatory. Additionally, I have functioned as a creative and technical consultant on special performances at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, the Beijing Central Conservatory of Music, and with the Hong Kong Philharmonic.
In 2014 I relocated to central New Jersey after the birth of my daughter, and have continued to build my client base while also working as a stay-at-home parent. Many of my more recent projects have included work with Princeton University, the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, SInfonietta Nova of West Windsor, the Capital Singers of Trenton, Trenton Music Makers, Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, and the Birdhouse Center for the Arts in Lambertville.
Additionally, I have been working as a registered early childhood educator with Music Together since 2016. I teach a number of weekly music immersion classes for young children and their families in both Princeton and Flemington.