I was born in Queens, New York and raised in Long Island. I've been interested in art for as long as I can remember. It's a passion in me that I feed off of. Being from a family who was born and raised in Haiti, I spent most of my childhood there studying it's creativity and uniqueness. I became so fond of the art that I decided I wanted to use art the way they did. In High school I was indecisive of what field in art I wanted to take because I was very diverse, so what I did was I put myself out there and explored. I tried painting, graphics, web design, fashion, and photography. On January 12, 2010 After watching the media coverage of Haiti's tragic earthquake, I realized I had a strong passion for film. At that very moment I wanted to express my art through truth played by real action. I wanted to help my parent's country through a more positive visual light. I immediately packed and traveled to Haiti for 30 days after it's destruction, to create my first film project, a documentary on Real Life in Haiti after a disaster.
Since that learning experience, I have done many documentaries, my latest project is called "Single Mom" which explores the dynamics of motherhood. I have done music videos for Yandy Smith from Love and Hip Hop and Relly from "106 and Park". I am currently writing my first short film on the generation coming up. This film will be influenced by one of my favorite directors, Spike Lee. I want to continue using my film to communicate and touch others in ways that only the mind can imagine.