“Life was meant to be captured, and stories are made to be told.”

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.

Since 2013, I have worked for 3 major churches in North America. Abundant Life Christian Center in New York, Bethel Church in Redding, California and Bethany World Prayer Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Capturing and producing films and music has been a life pursuit of mine and thoroughly enjoy doing it every day.

   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.