I am a videographer and filmmaker
I graduated the University of Southern California as a Renaissance Scholar with a BA in Cinematography and a BA in Religion. I set out initially as a documentary filmmaker and the Religion degree helped open deeper cultural understanding most everywhere I went. I later got into producing short films, putting on sold-out short film festivals in Los Angeles, and producing/stage managing live shows that incorporated film, drama, spoken word, music, and more. When I moved to Seattle I started creating short videos on the side for businesses and artists literally using my Flip camera and/or cell phone footage from my clients that they wanted me to pull together for promotion and marketing. Though production quality can be hugely beneficial — nothing beats good STORY.
A couple of recent and older videos using my Flip, cell phones, and digital Panasonics:
A few short films I've worked on and been a part of:
I was the Executive Producer of Ice Cream written and directed by Dawn Ahser and Alex Beh.
Assistant Production Coordinator on Turnipseed, the first in trilogy produced by Five Stone Media, Directed by James Duke, and Written by Nathaniel Scoggins. Official Selection and winner of Best Short Film at film festivals around the country.
Producer on Sons of God by Scott Byrns starring Gabriel Lawrence.
I was a producer for Mosaic on "The Janitor" for the Wide Awake series as well as all others in that series.
I have produced multiple other short films and directed documentaries in my film career as well, contact me for details.
Annual Short Film Festival I Co-Produced in Los Angeles with an amazing team
(Motions by Tim Wood)