I began my love for film when I was around the age of 10 when I made a movie with Star Wars action figures. When I was 13, I got a digital camera with a 30-second video feature. I made a few little videos with this.
In 2004, I started BASEBALL TALK, with my childhood friends. This sports talk show has continued until today and we have completed over 141 episodes.
At Damien High School in La Verne California, I made a few films with fellow classmates. I then bought my Panasonic MiniDV camera in early 2007. I have used that to make many films including my 40-minute documentary on Service to Tijuana.
I applied to many colleges and was accepted at Chapman, UCLA, and Loyola Marymount University. I chose to become a Film and Television Production major at LMU because of their unique program which is dedicated to making a difference in the world.
I will graduate in 2011 and look forward to the many films I will make in school.
After school, I hope to produce, direct, and edit films and documentaries. I love working with others and am willing to help anyone in need. I look forward to a bright future!