I'm a very amateur jack-of-all-trades (so to speak) audio/video producer. I have experience in videography, video editing, music production, (casual) lighting, and more, all on a limited, basic level in my desire to grow into filmmaking and other forms of media production.
I have an irrelevant parallel career in software development and am not prepared to transition into filmmaking or media production full-time as I am still a student of the art. But I don't live to work, I work to live, and getting into production and the arts is part of the living.
If you actually read this far, please consider having me play some part on set or in pre- or post-production in your next big huge film project, just tell me how much you'd want me to pay you to let me come and learn. :) Be sure to see my links, see what I can do (and what mistakes I've hopefully learned from).
Also, if you're wondering about "Boldog Studio", it was the name of my home studio, before I moved from North Scottsdale to a smaller home in Phoenix. I'm currently in the process of making the most of my home office as a home studio, and should these efforts be productive I may lease commercial space someday, but in the mean time "Boldog Studio" is just my personal working "virtual DBA" name. "Boldog" is not a misspelling, it means "happy" in Hungarian (and no I'm not Hungarian, translating a nice word from another language is just how I like to name things).
On a final note, I am a Christian. While I'll gladly work on most anything for experience (except pornography or gratuitous violence), the best projects to me are ones that try to change the world for the better, and ideally, though not necessarily, if that means explicitly and deliberately glorifying the name of Jesus.
Unique traits: I never said I was very good at all of this. But I am pretty good at some of it.