Whether it’s interviewing Wall Street CEOs or covering violent anarchist protests for Vice, Matt excels at telling real life stories with moving images. His documentaries have aired on the BBC, Universal Sports Network, and Free Speech TV, while his corporate work includes directing shoots with senior executives of Fortune 500 companies.

Currently, Matt works as a full time video producer for Deutsche Bank with AVMI/Kinly, responsible for in-house video production in the Americas under the supervision of the bank’s European leadership.

His previous video experience in financial services includes directing a bi-weekly series on investment insights for Fred Alger Management, a Wall Street firm with over $45 billion of assets under supervision, as well as creating internal content for another bulge bracket bank.

From mid-2014 to mid-2018, Matt was a full time director and editor for TeleTime Video Productions. During this time, he directed shoots for multibillion-dollar organizations, such as Comcast, Paychex, and the Mount Sinai Health System, as well as nonprofits in the US, Canada, Poland, Israel, and Palestine.

A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Matt believes that seeing the world from a new perspective is fundamental in bringing about social change. That’s why he started making films and what drives him to continue to tell riveting real life stories.