I am a film editor.
I went to Queen's University earning a BSc. in Biochemistry. After working and spending a year abroad, including eight months in India, I attended the Ryerson Film Studies program in Toronto, Canada.
Along the way to becoming an editor I worked as an assistant editor and VFX editorial liaison and coordinator on movies such as Four Brothers, The Ice Harvest, The Greatest Game Ever Played and Assault on Precinct 13.
I attended the prestigious Canadian Film Centre's Editors’ Lab in 2009-2010.
I edited Picture Day (TIFF 2012; Kate Melville, director), winner of the 2012 BORSOS Prize for Best Canadian Film and winner of the 2013 Audience Award at River Run International Film Festival and for which I was nominated for a Canadian Cinema Editors award for Best Editing in a Feature Film.
I was named one of Playback magazine’s 2012 10 to Watch.
I edited two interactive transmedia projects for The Secret Location, Endgame Interactive, winner of a 2012 International Digital Emmy and nominated for a 2011 Gemini for Best Cross Platform Program – Fiction, and Stanfield’s “Guy at Home”, which was nominated for a 2011 SXSW Audience Award.
I most recently edited Backcountry, directed by Adam MacDonald and produced by Fella Films and Portrait of a Serial Monogamist, the first feature by experimental film director Christina Zeidler and John Mitchell (Waiting for Ishtar).