I decided I wanted to be in entertainment in 10th grade after my first year of taking the Television Production program available at my high school.
I went on to attend Valencia College's Film Technology program where I focused strongly on learning how to properly handle conventional lighting fixtures for film, TV, and Theatre, including the appropriate support grip-wise. In short, Grip/Electrics is my main focus.
So: HMIs and Tungstens, KinoFlos and LEDs, Practical lamps, PARs, Fresnels, zips, open faced lights, chimeras, BFLs, diffusion media, bounce media, color temperature, color corrrection and conversion (ha), butterflies/rags, etc. That's what I understand as far as anyone should be concerned.
I've been on a couple features, some shorts, and had a little paid union work.
I always do what I can to help, and I'm eager to learn from those who have been at this longer than I have, or as long as I have, young or old. Knowledge is an innumerable gift from anyone we shouldn't turn down.
Anyway, for anyone who actually read all this, we're probably somewhat acquainted; if not, well, I'm glad this was interesting for at least one person haha.
Unique traits: If you look closely my hair is actually really dark brown. Is that unique enough?
Microsoft GeoWeb Conference
Industrial by Amway Center Video Utility
Film (short) by True Love and Magic Productions, LLC Electrician
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
Industrial by Orange County Convention Center Truck Loader
S.O.S Mulheres ao Mar
Film by Universal Pictures Production Assistant
Grace and Gravity
Film by True Film, LTD Gaffer (Orlando Unit)
Mind The Gap
Film by The Umbrella Project, LLC Grip