How did you begin in this field? Who introduced you to it?
My Dad was in lots of films, so it was my Dad's influence. But when I went into a profession I chose theatre, which was great, and is where I worked for over 15 years as director/producer.
I initially began in television broadcast in the Introduction to Video Production course at Marshall. It was my introduction to Up Late with Jamie LoFiego, a student-produced late-night talk and variety show. From that spring semester I volunteered primarily as the recorder of the show and the teleprompter operator for the next two fall semesters (because in the spring the students in Intro to Video took over most of the work).
This is my long dream. I was lucky to be part of a TV series production team, where I was the film editor.
In High School. My Drama teacher
It wasn't a 'who', but more like a 'what' and that was YouTube.
It didnít happen overnight. Things rarely happen overnight, and if they do, it lacks foundation. It took years to get to where I am now. I applied myself and studied. There is no way around it. If you want to learn anything you have to put in the time, dedication, and be consistent. I took it upon myself to spend all of my free time studying and honing my craft.
I have always been interested in photography, in fact I cannot remember a time when I wasn't taking pictures. Graeme Ferguson, one of the co-founders of IMAX Corporation was and still is a great influence on me and was really the first to introduce me to filmmaking.
I've always loved film and TV, and I applied (and was accepted to) the prestigious UCLA Producer's Program, which helped launch my career.
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