I've always had a passion for making videos. One of my firsts would be 1993's "Great American Bike Race," a five-year-old's report of a bicycle ride. Then, in high school, I substituted many papers with video reports like 2002's "Peer Pressure," an expose of the pitfalls of peer pressure. Before going to study in Europe in college in 2008, I invested in a camcorder and after many travels, I got comfortable making travel montages. Recently, I've invested in some prosumer gear and have been getting into producing, writing, acting, and editing short films such as 2012's "When Marty Knocks," and "Horror House - The Inside Look."
- Sack Lunch Films - Film Studio