My road in life took a while to figure out.
In middle school I was able to help produce our morning news show that was broadcast to the whole school.
After developing a strong interest in production, I went to college to pursue a career in the Film / TV industry.
After college I was able to get a job as a CBS page while also working as a manager at a grocery store.
Decided to quit the grocery store and focus solely on growing my career in the entertainment industry.
Left CBS for a smaller job at a post-production house in hopes of gaining more hands on experience.
Through networking I had done over the years, I was given the opportunity to work as a PA on a show called DC Daily.
DC Daily led me to a job opening with DC Comics that I already had experience in.
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Data Asset Administrator

I generate data for different online retailers to sell comics digitally and I manage the master digital release slate.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Communicating / Sharing Stories

Day to Day

On a typical day I generate metadata for online retailers such as Apple, Comixology, Google, and Barnes & Noble to allow our comics to be sold digitally. I choose which archive periodicals will be released digitally based on upcoming DC movies, films & video games coming out. I also maintain order of our master digital release slate.

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for college students

I recommend trying to find paid or unpaid PA (Production Assistant) work and meet as many people in the industry as you can. Whether it's classmates you have now or people you will meet on set, the more contacts you make means the more possibilities that could lead you to your next production job. Be kind, genuine and work hard & people will notice who will want to keep you around. Try searching as a first step.

Recommended Education

My career is related to what I studied. I'd recommend the path I took:


The Noise I Shed

From Society in General:

"The only discouragement I ever had was after graduating college while working as manager at a grocery store. The head store manager told me I was making a bad decision for pursuing the entertainment business because there were too many uncertainties."

Challenges I Overcame

Self Doubt


Did you have any previous interests or passions that persuaded you to want to work with DC?

Asked by Trenton at CSUF

I’ve always loved Batman so the thought of us being co-workers was a dream come true. Being a part of a company that tells great stories has always been a huge goal for me. I want to be proud of where I work.

Do you see yourself staying with DC Entertainment for the foreseeable future?

Asked by Trenton at CSUF

I see myself staying with DC Entertainment for good. I love the company and they treat me well. I would love to eventually move more into the film/tv side of the company, but have no problem staying involved with comics.

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