Making movies is what I was born to do I've been writing for a while now and I think I may have something that could be great.
Since I was young I used my spending money to rent out movies from the video shop, instead of buying sweets. I remember getting more enjoyment out of movies than anything in the world they took you to a different world and that to me was more fun than any sweets.
Some people might find that hard to believe but with an imagination like I have that's what I always wanted to do. I remember my dad buying his first video camera, when he went out I would borrow it and me and my friends would make short films. In them days there wasn't the equipment around or readily available like it is these days, we made some pretty awesome films.
My parents saw what I was capable of back then and always supported what I wanted to do, I remember the day that my mum past away she said to me 'Adam if your not happy with anything in your life, change it and follow your dreams, we only get one shot in life and life's too short so make it count and go for it" that plays over in my head everyday that I wake up. Don't waste your talent people don't let someone tell you your not good enough or if you get knocked down or rejected just take it as experience and keep pushing forward.
Unique traits: Visual Effects Artist, Graphic Designer, Screenwriter
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