Foodprint is a boutique cooperative of great founder-owned agencies and freelancers with the passion and dedication to deliver an unforgettable experience. It’s through the power of partnership, of collaboration, that we can work to unlock your potential.
We are foodprint
Many Agencies have great people but not always the best teams for all issues. Some freelancers are the best in their field but miss the chemistry of a great team.
Foodprint is a boutique cooperative of great Founder-owned Agencies and freelancers who embrace the cooperative mantra of the best creators, gathering around the best F&B briefs, with the passion and dedication every brief deserves, no matter how big or small.
You share the brief. We do the rest. It's that simple.
Every day I aim to do three things: create, improvise, and tell a compelling story.
With 10+ years of experience in the media industry, I’m always looking for new and exciting ways to help our clients tell their stories. I started my career as a video editor in Los Angeles, where I learned about the business and gained valuable experience working on a variety of digital media projects.
After a few years in LA, I decided to move to Portland, Oregon, where I started my own company. It was a 4-person collective with a focus on soup-to-nuts video production and photography, housed within a local animation company, where I learned a lot of lessons about working with a team.
In 2015, I made the move to Brooklyn and briefly worked with a sports-focused media start-up, before founding a boutique post-house. We were a small, scrappy team, known for working efficiently and maximizing our value.
Several years later, after we had developed a number of strong relationships with key clients, we decided to partner with Foodprint to help us take the next step and unlock more of our potential.
All in all, I have a passion for creating, improvising, and telling (and listening to) stories. In many ways, that’s how my career has gone — create, improvise, explore — and hopefully there’s much more room to grow.
Surprisingly, I began my career in residential real estate, but the real estate and production worlds aren’t as different as you may think!
I gained invaluable experience in sales, marketing, managing teams and client relations, and after a successful 13 years, I had the opportunity to pivot career paths and bring my unique blend of skills and expertise to a new role in the media production space.
In 2019 I joined a boutique production company, and over the next few years I helped my partners grow our team, maximize productivity, and increase our sales year over year.
My formula for success is twofold: connect with people and build lasting, impactful relationships… and that’s why I love what I do. I’m excited to partner with Foodprint to continue providing our clients with high quality work and a positive experience.
With over a decade of experience in the industry, I’ve been lucky enough to work in a lot of different stages of the production process before settling into post-production. Throughout high school and college, I had always dreamed of becoming a writer for the stage and screen – unfortunately, those jobs were virtually non-existent where I lived, so I got my foot in the door at a local news station as a video editor.
I eventually transitioned to become a photojournalist, where I would own both production and post-production. Tight deadlines and quick turnarounds taught me how to work efficiently and be a “one-man band,” and ignited a passion for telling my stories through video.
In 2019, I joined up with a boutique post-production company in Brooklyn where I immersed myself in the edit suite, and I quickly rose through the ranks to become the Head of Post Production. I know my way around all aspects of post-production, including editing, color correction, and audio mixing. Admittedly, I know some better than others, and that’s where my most-important skill comes in: knowing how to build a successful post-production strategy.
My goal is to lead the post team in bringing the client’s creative vision to life, and to deliver high-quality work on time and on budget.
Video production is the combination of so many arts – music, acting, composition, writing, color theory, and more – and there’s nothing I love more than combining all those facets into one beautiful project.