I play far too many computer games, watch an excessive amount of bad films, and really like hats.
I love what I do, and I just want to be able to do it for the rest of my life. Making footage into something more than just moving pictures is important to me. I want to tell real stories about what I film, and leave the viewer with images that stick in their head. I want to be able to take an idea and turn it into a real, engaging, and captivating final piece.
I don't want what I make to ever feel boring to those who watch it.
I grew up on a small farm in a town that couldn't agree on the population long enough to have the same number on the signs at either entrance (137 and 143). I also spent a lot of time in Nashville thanks to my parents' careers in music/television production.
I would spend half of each year daydreaming, laying on hay bales: and the other half watching my father direct television shows in control rooms while my mother produced musicians. I fell in love with all aspects of production while I sat in my dad's lap and watched him focus on captivating a live audience.
From 2014 to the end of 2017 I worked at an advertising agency in Little Rock, AR. First as their Video Director and the last two years as the agency's Creative Director. In January of 2018 I took a job in Nashville as the cinematographer and editor for Opry Entertainment Group: where I now get to help create content for both the Grand Ole Opry, and Ryman Auditorium, among other pieces.
I'd love the chance to use what I've learned to help you captivate an audience as well.
love what you do
love what you do