Founder / Multimedia Producer / Creative Director
I’m half German sausage and half Italian sausage, and that makes for one tasty sandwich. My favorite past time is being on tour. There is nothing like being in a different city and state every day, constantly meeting new people and making connections. I have worked as a grip, camera operator, editor, graphic designer, web developer, and now a multimedia producer.
In 2002, I started a freelance web development company called Future Net Media. After three years of chasing money I decided to get back in to T.V., so I went on tour with MTV Real World/Road Rules Reality Bar Crawl as a camera operator and production coordinator which led to producing and coordinating Reality T.V. and Television Commercials.
I’m now back in full force to with a talented production team to help with your multimedia needs. We work very well in high stress, fast paced and deadline oriented environments.
The name of this site, “Zulu Whiskey” is the military alphabet for my initials.
Producer / Coordinator / Audio Engineer
Forged by the Gods of Beauty and Beards, I burst into the world in 1987 and have commanded its attention since. I like to live “outside of the box”, leave no stone unturned and explore new ways to achieve my goals. Life is about the journey, and I feel the worst question to ask yourself in retrospect is “What if?” I thrive in a creative environment, and love to spend my time immersed in TV Production and furthering my musical knowledge. I picked up my first instrument when I was 10 and even spent my first two years of college as a Music Education major before switching to, and later graduating from, The University of North Texas with a BA in Radio, Television, and Film.
I love the fast-paced, dynamic environment of being on set and thoroughly enjoy meeting all the different characters that each cast and crew brings. When I’m not on set, I’m in the studio recording new ideas, diving into music theory, or on tour.
I landed my first big production gig in 2009, traveling the nation with America’s Got Talent and have been staying busy ever since.