I am a rocket scientist turned filmmaker.
In 2005 I graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a degree in Aerospace Engineering and worked briefly as an engineer. During that time I learned to be a filmmaker on the side and began serving as a director. My engineering background has served me well in production, creativity, organization, leadership, and technology.
I have produced and directed hundreds of short films and the award-winning feature documentary Uganda Man (2011). In 2018, I wrote and directed Angry Men, based on the true story of the group of engineers that desperately tried to stop the Challenger Shuttle launch in 1986. I have spent the last 14 years serving in large churches as a full-time filmmaker and live producer. Currently, I am producing a new film about Bible Smuggling.
I have been married to my wife, Meleice for 15 years and we have 6 children.
Find me on social media.