|How did your interest in multimedia technology begin?
I guess my background in PC's and gaming had a lot to do with it. It started with one of those "wouldn't it be cool if...?" statements and then I just built from there. I wanted to do a visual presentation to my cell group and thus my enthusiasm for technology came in to bridge the gap. Been experimenting with new things ever since
i've been an activist since birth (practically)... a writer since age nine... discovered radio in high school... found newspapers/mags in the early 90s... the internet forced me to embrace visual arts/graphics/photography... it's been an evolution, one i adore!
The love for this craft began as a desire to fuse illustrative ability with forthcoming computer technology mainstream.
In 2004 I spent a year as a participant in the Young Enterprise scheme. This scheme kick-started my creative drive towards website design and development. I have lost none of this drive and want to become a leader in the industry.
I have honed my skills designing websites, flyers, logos and stationary for local businesses. In addition to this I have advised clients on creating effective promotional and marketing strategies.
Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions (museum exhibit in 1991)
I started by helping a friend out on a Star Trek Fan series (Star Trek Unity, all on YouTube). From there, I guess it all carried on naturally.
College courses and seeing where the internet was going in the future
In 2004 when blogging was starting to become popular a small fringe of bloggers started to podcast. I was following many of these first podcasters. I was intrigued about the media and wanted to create. I have since produced 7 different web based shows, several short films and even worked on some viral campaigns.
I was 13, when I got my first beauilieu Super-8 camera and a bauer projector. At filmschool it was very much "old school" with 16 and 35mm film production, editing etc. I joined Roland emmerichs production crew of "Das Arche Noah Prinzip" his graduation film at Munich Film School HFF. We were very innovative and Multimedia. Shot video that was part of the TV-program on Roland's space ship. The I worked for differnet companies mainly in Munich that installed Multimedia for trade shows. We used Super-8, Slides, early black and white video recorders and film projectors.
Hmmm, probably Star Wars and Lego. As a child I fell in love with both and my creativity within was given carte blanche to run wild. I always like to believe that our only restriction is our mind and as I've 'matured' I like to think that there's a little kid in all of us wanting to see what else we can make happen.
My parents were both into technology. They were both involved in video before video was video. My mom started public access TV in Hawaii in the 60's. She later became a Technology Teacher for K-8. I wish I would have learned more from her then! She was teaching 10 year olds how to design killer websites. I was busy surfing.
My dad was an electrical engineer and designed video technology used by all the big TV networks in the 80's. Little did they know that a 12 year old, me, was reading schematics and soldering that high-priced equipment together. That was one of my first jobs.
Later, I produced video. I shot a lot of big local events and concerts, and interviewed artists for SF Station.
We developed an interest in film production from an early age.
When I got adobe photoshop for my 13th birthday
It began with a love for change and the need to get involved in defining the future.
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