Director, cinematographer, editor and noise maker.
Other stuff: youtube.com/yggdrasilmedia
I decided to become a filmmaker at age five, when I made my first short film about dinosaurs using my family's VHS camcorder. In the subsequent years I learned that filmmaking entailed more than pointing a camera at stuff, and so I took it upon myself to learn the strange arts of "screenplays" and "storyboards". I wore out the camera around age twelve after making numerous stop motion and claymation shorts, primitively edited using two VCRs.
In high school I realized I was more likely to get passing grades if I made amusing little videos for my assignments. I decided to apply this mentality to life in general and set out to learn as much of the filmmaking process as possible.
In 2008 I graduated from Langara College's Digital Film Production program in Vancouver. Several shorts produced in this time went on to screen at the YoungCuts International Film Festival in Montreal, which was kind of cool but also extremely intimidating. I suddenly realized I had a lot of work to do.
Since then I've been pursuing work as a freelance videographer, cinematographer, editor and still photographer, as well as my own film and music projects.