My relationship with film and storytelling began from a single video. Although I am of Indian heritage, I was born and raised in the Middle East. I moved to the U.S. in 2008 to pursue my childhood dreams of being a car designer at Oral Roberts University's School of Engineering. However, I found myself watching Hillsong's Iheart Revolution Tour, and was held captive by the imagery, and overwhelmed with purpose. From that moment on I was changed; I fell in love with storytelling and wanted to become a filmmaker.
I graduated with a degree in Multimedia Production. Now, as a Multimedia Producer and Film Maker, I dedicate my life to capturing life's passing moments, revealing human relationships and telling stories rooted deeply in meaning. I am a firm believer that life was meant to be captured, and stories are meant to be told.
I have had the opportunity to travel throughout Asia to produce a Documentary Film series for Oral Roberts University called "Live the Story." In addition to the live the story film series, I've also traveled to Choluteca, Honduras to film a Documentary Short, for Abundant Life Christian Center called: Chosen. I've also produced and managed many projects for multiple clients on a freelance basis. One project in particular, was the creation of a Satirical Youtube Channel called: Don't Be That Guy Vids. With over 100,000 subscribers and over 9 million combined views, we managed to create content people truly enjoy.
This website features a few of my highlights as a storyteller. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about me and I hope you enjoy the work, as much as I do.
Stay connected with me as I tell new stories each day.