I have a lot of hobbies. I play guitar, but before that, piano and violin. Then after that, drums, ukulele, and bass. I have a black belt in karate and know how to solve a rubik's cube. I also know a few card tricks. But with all of these, there's either a wall or stopping point that comes with these hobbies. When I picked up filmmaking, like all the other hobbies I picked up, it came fairly easy. But what was unique about filmmaking is that there were no boundaries. I kept moving forward, kept learning. So much of it is based on discovery and like rock climbing, which I've become avid about recently, it makes me feel so alive. I've never felt so passionate and inspired about these things.
Texas, United States
Connecting to People
Telling someone's story is amazing because it gives people insight. The relationships I create motivate me to work with more amazing people.
Innovation in storytelling and connecting with more people differently attracts me unlike many things. I've never done so much research.
When I watch films, I tend to get serious tunnel vision. It brings me into a world where my mind becomes fantastical. I want to create that.