I have loved film my entire life. I was always the annoying guy who would press pause to study what it was that I was seeing. Every film tells us a little about the writer, the crew, and ourselves. Many have told me film was out of reach. I've worked since I was 10 including 4 years active duty Army with a 15 month combat tour in Iraq. I've lived quite a life from homeless veteran to selected top 12 out of all technical schools to become a Porsche Technician. Throughout all of this I always maintained my love for acting. I always volunteered for plays and skits whenever I could. I finally quit Porsche in 2017 to pursue building my own production company.
I quote Jim Carrey “You can fail at what you don't want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love.”
So I got into film by just putting myself out there. Spending most my energy to learn the ins and outs to production. I spent years building up my equipment and editing skills. I am completely self taught through and through. Well, by kind people letting me learn by observing and asking questions. I take every opportunity to get in front of a camera that I can.
I love challenging roles. I live to push my acting to the limits. To this day after 5 years I have never been late to a shoot. I take my military professionalism into everything that I do. I completely immerse myself into the roles that I play. The screenplays and stories that I write and/or direct have the goal of touching my audience. When my audience sees my work whether acting, writing, directing, and/or editing. I always intend to leave a lasting impression that feeds their soul.