DIrector // writer // producer
Attended Pitzer College, where he studied Film Production and Philosophy. His thesis film “Strumpet” took the university’s top prize and earned him Honors within his class. Along with his film studies, Matthew spent his time studying post-modern philosophy with a thesis in Semiotics under media theorist and Philosopher Ntongela Masilela. With a strong background in post-production, Matthew began a mentorship with Robert A. Ferretti. Using the narrative techniques of editing helped enhance and formulate a strong understanding of cinematic techniques. His debut film WILD IN BLUE sold at Cannes Marketplace in 2014.