I first started making videos when I was a kid and my parents didn’t notice that I took off with their camcorder. I would find ways to make movies for my homework assignments. My teachers weren’t thrilled with my content, but they were happy that I was taking an interest in my homework.
Once I got to Arizona State University, I dove in head first to the production of the weekly newscast. Soon, the professors started having me show up before classes and tapings to make sure that the production was going to be ready. That is when I started working freelance for ESPN and Cox 7.
After college, I landed my first full-time television job at FOX 10 News in Phoenix as a video editor. I spent a couple years in an editing “cave” before the chief photographer let me loose on the streets of Phoenix with a camera. It wasn’t long before I was one of the most trusted photographers at the station. My speed shooting and editing were great attributes to have in the field under very short deadlines. I have worked with many Emmy award winners and have worked on many projects that have won Emmy’s.
I then took my talents to GoDaddy, where I learned how the internet works. I also learned how daunting it is for business owners to get their information online in a timely manner. Speaking with so many small businesses that were stuck with no web presence, no promotional videos, and no idea how to get either of these without spending money they don’t have.
Now, I work for myself. I get to help people make their visions come true. I am able to communicate businesses and artists messages to the world.
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