I am a visual storyteller who has always been fascinated in investigating the experience of those who look to help the less fortunate and exploring the quirkiness and awkwardness of the human experience.
I help those who are looking for ways to make a difference in our culture, no matter how small. I want help those who want to tell tales about the hidden aspects of people's lives who normally don't get attention. While I can enjoy a big action scene, I prefer discovering the hidden emotion in the rhythms of the seemingly simple interactions we exchange every day.
Because of my experiences in professional sports, I understand how essential it is to getting the big moment that may happen only once.
Because of my experience in local news I understand the pressures of hitting a deadline and the importance of a good story in a big city.
Because of my experience running a business the risks in following ones dreams and how scary that can be.
And because of my experience educating students, I understand what it takes to create content that engages young minds.
So if any of my work below speaks to you in any way, I would love to hear your thoughts or even collaborate on a project you may want to put into the world. Nothing makes me happier.
Who is Nekst?
In the winter of 2011 an internationally known, Houston-born graffiti writer known as NEKST died, sparking a debate about the mysterious art of graffiti and what makes art legitimate.
Historic First Day of School 2020
A look into the first day at First Colony Middle School in Fort Bend, Texas.
An inside look at the implementation of the disciplinary practice known as restorative discipline at FBISD.
A look at a Houston non-profit where children and adults with mild to severe disabilities can improve their physical and cognitive abilities by learning to ride a horse.
The Unknown Boxer Who Knocked Down Muhammad Ali
Located in the historic 3rd Ward of Houston, Texas sits a humble gym that provides a place for the community to exercise, and help work through their problems.
CIH Suicide Hotline
A day in the life of the men and women who volunteer at a suicide hotline in Houston, Texas.
You'll Know It When You See It
Just another day on the job for 2 hitmen. Or is it?
- Submission for Houston 48 hour film festival
Have a Water
A job interview goes awry after the interviewee declines the offer of a delicious Fiji water.
Run for Your Death
A man is running late for one of the most important group meetings of his entire life. Will he make it in time?
A lover finds the courage to confront her partner about one her specific quirk.