I grew up in Utah where I started working on technical theater in high school. I worked in a few local community theaters before leaving to volunteer in Argentina for two years. After that I went to Brigham Young University to study design and technology in their Theatre Arts Studies program. I gained a lot of valuable experiences working events across campus, touring with performing groups overseas, and learning from some of the best live audio engineers in the state. I graduated from BYU in April 2018, and spent the next year working on freelance projects, and mixing at the Hale Centre Theatre in Sandy.
After spending the spring of 2019 working in the Los Angeles area, I'm back in Utah working freelance events on the side when I'm not too busy at BYU managing audio students in the Harris Fine Arts Center, and for five internationally touring performance groups.