Matt is a writer and producer (and sometimes director, shooter, and editor) who has created over a hundred hours of content for teleivision, film, and new media.

Matt began his career as an assistant at "Brancato/Salke" in Los Angeles. He then attended the MFA Film program at Columbia University in New York. At Columbia he wrote several feature screenplays and wrote and produced scores of short films. Along the way, he gained valuable experience in everything from line-producing to shooting, directing, editing, and even acting.

After graduating from Columbia, Matt became a founding member of a multi-media production company that created original, story-driven comunications for corporations, nonprofits, and television. After this, he he returned to scripted film and television as a freelance independent writer and producer.

As a freelancer, he worked with writer/director Eric Weber's Tenafly Film Company where he supervised post-production and guided Weber's Sundance Film "Second Best" through theatrical distribution, consulted on other film and television projects, and developed business plans for feature films.

Returning to the San Francisco Bay Area where he grew up, he transitioned to writing and producing "unscripted" television for networks like Animal Planet, National Geographic, TLC, The Travel Channel, and Investigation Discovery.

Matt now lives in Las Vegas where he produces, writes, and directs new media projects, nonfiction series, and documentary specials for Vegas PBS. He's also an adjunct at The Art Institute of Las Vegas. When time allows, he enjoys exploring the sun-drenched desert Southwest, reading, and writing fiction.