As a writer, I always enjoyed working with screenplays. After graduating from film school in Germany, I worked in Québec’s video game industry; part of my job was to verify and match the story and linguistic continuity in games as well as revising and translating dialogue scripts in the target languages English and German.
Soon, I realized that the position of script supervisor was like made for me. Not only does it ask for a strong attention to detail but excellent organizational competence. Furthermore, it has sharpened my long-term interest and skills in screenwriting, directing, editing, and acting over time; four subjects that I am highly passionate about in addition to my extensive knowledge of film history.
When I started out as a script supervisor, I trained myself traditionally on the paper. Today, I prefer working digitally with the help of ScriptE on the iPad, which is by now considered a standard tool in the industry. I am experienced in the production of short films, union as well as non-union features and series in the 1st and 2nd unit for the North American and European markets.
You are filming across Canada and the European Union and are looking for a script supervisor who can travel along? Script Supervisors are the memories on every production and therefore in an irreplaceable position. As a citizen of the European Union and permanent resident of Canada, I am flexible to work in a great variety of countries without the requirement of a visa or additional work permit.
Your script is in good hands with me – I am here and at your…
ACFC West, Local 2020 (permittee)
Motion Picture Industry Orientation (MPPIA)
WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System)
Driver’s License (own transportation)
Eligible to work in Canada and the European Union
Standard American dialect
Script software: ScriptE (iPad), Final Draft, Highland, iWork, MS-Office
Editing software: Final Cut Pro, Premiere, Avid
VFX/Graphics software: Maya, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator
Education & Training
2015 – Capilano University, North Vancouver, BC
Motion Picture Industry Orientation Certificate
2012 – Middlesex University, London, Great Britain
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Digital Film Making
2009 – SAE Institute, Cologne, Germany
Diploma, Digital Film & Animation
2007 – SAE Institute, Cologne, Germany
Basic Media Certificate, Digital Film & Animation
2018 – Blood & Iron, Burnaby, BC
Film and theatre combat and stunt training
2017 – Tony Alcantar, Vancouver, BC
Standard American Dialect
2015 – R.I.D. Acting School, Montréal, QC
Acting for the Camera; method acting, scene work, auditioning for film, TV, and commercials
2015 – Montreal Improv, Montréal, QC
Improvisation; public speaking, listening techniques, idea creation, spontaneity, scene work
2014 – I.O. Acting Studio, Montréal, QC
Intro to & Intermediate Acting; movement, monologues, scene work, character development