Adam's Army Trek to a Million

Adam was diagnosed with leukemia in July 2014 and was treated at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. In 2015 he formed Adam’s Army, determined to give back to the hospital that saved his life. Since that time, Adam’s Army has raised $700,000 for St. Jude and the team is working to reach the $1 million mark by the St. Jude Memphis Marathon in December 2019. This is the launch video I shot and edited to promote the start of this push to $1 million. You can learn more about Adam’s story at

Fun Conversations With St. Jude Patients

Dozens of St. Jude dinners, galas, and seminars take place across the country each year, and every one of these events needs video content. I shot and edited the following video, which was produced to be a fun ice-breaker during these events. We sat down with a few St. Jude patients and talked about a variety of topics, which allowed their personalities to shine through.

Meet St. Jude Patient Emily

Emily was diagnosed leukemia when she was a junior in high school. She received treatment at St. Jude, where she didn't just survive, she lived. While at St. Jude, Emily could feel the overwhelming support of Tri Delta women everywhere. This is a patient story I recently completed for St. Jude that highlights the partnership the hospital has with the Tri Delta sorority.