Once upon a time, there was a small child that loved the stars. That blow-up planetarium was the best thing ever, even if she did have to crawl inside of it. Fast forward to junior high, the child starts to make anime music videos, inspired by the wonderful things she found online. Only a few short years later, she's taking a film class in high school and applying for film colleges. Skip ahead to now, and you'll find that same woman editing short films and telling people about the stars.
In May 2016, I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Columbia College Chicago with a BA degree in Cinema Art + Science, specializing in post-production. I attended a seminar in LA focused on film editing and have interned at Guy Bauer Productions. I’ve edited a number of projects for graduate students, including a thesis, as well as a number of corporate videos.
Now that I've graduated, I created Andromeda Post to help people tell their story how they would like to tell it. I specialize
in picture editing, and I can do sound passes and color grading, as well. I have considerable experience working in Adobe Premiere Pro and AVID. I also have experience using Photoshop, Audition, After Effects, Media Encoder, and Illustrator. People who I have worked with have told me that I listen well, deliver on time and on budget, am reliable, and work hard to exceed expectations.
A little more about me: In my spare time, I continue my interest in the stars as a part-time Facilitator at the Adler Planetarium where I educate stargazers on the Gemini XII mission, the constellations in a 100-year-old planetarium, and the sun. I also like to sew (especially dresses and stuffed animals), play video games (my favorites are Journey, Portal, and Portal 2), cosplay (you’ll find me at Anime Central in Rosemont and C2E2 in Chicago), and watching films with interesting action sequences (my current favorites are Mad Max: Fury Road, Tropic Thunder, and Deadpool).
Thanks for taking the time to check out my site. Feel free to contact me to learn more about what I can do to help you to get started on your project! I look forward to hearing from you.