Born and raised in Fresno, graduated from Fresno State in 2007 with a degree in video production. I've worked a variety of production gigs in Fresno. Spent a year working freelance in Los Angeles, also worked in Marketing at FOX Sports. Directed/Produced/Edited 20+ short films in the Fresno area... some award-winning, some not so much.
List your credits:
Marketing PA - "Superbowl XLII" (FOX)
Marketing PA - "World Series 2008" (FOX)
Director - "Bulldog Sports Report" (30 min., Live broadcast)
Director/Producer - "Taste of the Valley" (30 min., ABC 30)
Camera Op - various local events: SMC, Bulldog Stadium, Selland; various commercials and corporate videos.
Director - "Avengers Trailer Sweded" (800,000+ views on YouTube)
Director - "The Last Patrol" (Official Sel., Burbank Int'l Children's Film Fest)
Director - "Diet Coke Commercial Parody" (National Pick on CollegeHumor.com)
Co-Director - "Incubus (Dig) music video" (Top 12 in Nat'l Competition)
Director - "TMTTTJ" (Best Comedy , 4th Microcinema Film Fest, South Dakota)
Director - "The Dingle" (Best Film, 1st FFILLMM Fest, Fresno)
Director of Photography - "Showboys" (Johnny Soto)
Grip - "Who Stole the Electric Car" (Dastoli Brothers)
Grip - "Apocalypse, CA" (Chad Peter)
Grip - "Clean-Up Men" (Three 6 Mafia, Christian Strickland)
Tell us about the equipment you own:
Mac Pro edit suite, Sony EX1, Canon DSLR, Sony and Audio-Technica mics, Bogen sticks, 8ft Kessler crane, 4ft 4bank Kino Flo, Lowel kits.
thank you, its just for some reason this feels like a community for socializing and that is cool. what i would like to know is who and what and where are the dots that need to be connected to pull this non profit project together?
how important is a film commission and why is it being eliminated?
Your 'Sweded' trailer was hilarious -- sort of 'Monty-Python' like. As a mental health advocate I found you short entry on suicide
quite movingly profound. You have that special sensitivity which is the epitome and 'raison-de-etre' of many succesful independent film-makers... Best of luck to you with your future projects -- I'm looking forward to seeing more!