I've been making films for the past four years but truly began to focus on the craft over the past year and a half. Since I was around eight years old, though, I have been working to find something worthwhile. I tried multiple sports and was constantly searching for something I loved to do - sports, obviously, were not my thing. I dabbled in coding and 3D animation but again, like sports, this did not fulfill the inner hunger to become something of worth. Then I stumbled upon film production, this was it, even though I had no idea at the time. Once I discovered the craft I knew nothing - so I taught myself. Reading articles, watching YouTube tutorials, and anything else I could get my hands on to help improve my film making skills. The process started out slow and yes I did get frustrated with all the complications of film production, but that did not stop me. I had no idea what I was doing - so I just kept working on it. Eventually things started to click and the general aspects of production were not so complicated anymore.
I'm hungrier now more than ever.
"To The Top"
- Dom Mann