Visuals have always been a major point in my life. It's how I learn. As a kid I would make stop motion films with legos in my parents basements and often would use visuals to tell mini stories without dialogue or a narrative. When I realized I could combine my love for telling stories with my love for technology into filmmaking... I was sold. Filmmaking is something that I believe will always be apart of our culture. It's not going anywhere. And... it's flippin awesome and down right fun. Who wouldn't want to be a cinematic storyteller.
NY, United States
People who are brave enough to step away from what everyone else is doing is such an intrigue to me. I always have a ton of questions.
It's never the same, always has a story (where it came from, technique) and it always has TEXTURE that can be incorporated into a story.
Trials of life
Those who have been in similar situations to my always causes me to stop and listen to hear how they learned to get through it. Or didn't.