While I was wondering what I wanted to be when I grew up, I fell in love with the movies. Movie theaters were my home. I sat through two screenings of Antonioni’s “Blow-Up” and went back the next day to see it twice more. I memorized the first 60 shots of “L’Eclisse” in an afternoon. I had friends at the NY Film Festival and spent 16 hours a day there week after week. ¶ Somehow, though, I went off and became a road manager for a rock band, then a copy boy at the NY Post (ok, that was only for one night), then a stage manager. I worked Off Broadway to Broadway and everything in between. ¶ My next line of work was programming slide shows, which eventually led me into graphics, then video, and finally back to my first love, editing. ¶ These days I edit corporate video, the occasional theatrical short and documentary, and create motion graphics and presentations. I was at various times a musician — I played the violin, composed and conducted — and a writer and editor for a college newspaper.