When I was six, I frequently borrowed my neighbor's Sony 8mm Handicam and ran around my backyard making films. It was a passion that brought me limitless joy then, and that passion has never faded. During my school years, I continued to make films as often as I could, and I was fortunate enough to attend film school for my college education. I absorbed as much knowledge as I possibly could about the technical and artistic craft of narrative filmmaking while at UNCSA. Most of all, I learned to tell stories.
I am proud to market myself as a filmmaker and videographer, and I enjoy filming events, performances, weddings, music videos, etc. However, I have never lost my passion for cinematic narrative filmmaking, and I believe this is evident in my work. Storytelling will forever be at the center of what I do. If you hire me to film your event, the end product will be more than a video documenting it; it will be a film that tells your story. I'm not just going to hold a camera and passively shoot whatever happens. I promise a film that you can watch and show with pride. My aim is to capture not only the event itself but also the spirit of the event. I want the viewer to be entertained, to be immersed as if they were sitting in a theatre watching a movie.
I will take the time to understand exactly what you want me to capture. We will have extensive conversations until we are both confident we are on the same page, and I will make all necessary preparations to achieve our common goals. My pledge is to deliver a product that accomplishes and surpasses what you hope to have recorded at your event, including the feeling of the event itself. I want to help you tell your story. I want to show the passion for the art of filmmaking I have had since I was six.