From short-form commercial work to TV series and feature length projects, I make films of all shapes and sizes.
I love story. I love character. And what I most love about my job is the incredible palette of visual, audio and creative tools that filmmaking offers me.
Having spent the last year making a mini-series on the jaw-dropping story of Woodstock ’99 (coming to Netflix soon), I’m now in the edit on a feature-length documentary for NBC Peacock.
Today, I live in New York with my Argentine wife and two children. I speak bilingual Spanish, fluent French and Italian and always jump at the chance to use my languages at work.
Before settling into a life behind the camera, I studied languages at university and started my career as a journalist for Reuters, working in London and as a correspondent in Rome. Reuters taught me all about story and a lot about life. And after an interim year of travel writing and photography in Southern Africa, I found TV and film.