I grew up at the intersection of multiple cultures and mixed identities. Growing up in Utah, the child of a mormon farmer turned physician and a South Korean visual artist, I'm fascinated by the cross pollination of ideas, skills, and talents. In my teens I began experimenting with photography, videography, and video editing, creating skate montages and short films.
My academic pursuits initially led me to studying Industrial Engineering at Virginia Tech where I co-founded Fighting Gravity, a blacklight illusion performance group which gained notoriety while competing on America’s Got Talent. Inspired by the world of music, technology, and performance art, I pursued an education in the Show Production program at Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida.
In 2013 I moved to New York City, where I assisted immersive theatre director Michael Counts on a variety of non-traditional experiences such as Paradiso, The Beacon, and The Walking Dead Experience. Beyond my roles as a designer, I began tapping back into my videography and editing roots by creating teasers, trailers, and behind-the-scenes content.
I relocated to San Francisco in 2016 to continue my storytelling practice. After working making advertisements for Youtube's Director onsite program, I began freelancing with a range of small businesses and am available for contract work. I'm currently working on a documentary about queer youth in Utah called Love Over Everything and create a Show Called Trans Dance with the collective Loud and Queer.
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