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I've lived it up in Miami, New York City, and many other creative places. I lived in Los Angeles for a decade and worked as a producer on industrials, casting director, key producer, photographer and other "get the job done" crew positions as well as a bunch of business management positions. I enjoyed the work and the creative process, but left it behind to help family in Florida. I am a creative consultant that understands the steps and stages of evolving a company and creative project. I can share my keen knowledge on press, media, seo, marketing, film, business, permaculture, sustainability and non profits. I'm living in south Florida growing much of my own food and always looking for an opportunity to help bring a better version of the world into reality.
2020 update: At this time I'm the executive director of Auroras Voice Inc., The communications director for the League of Women Voters of Palm Beach County and I am the owner of Transparency Productions which is a small company that provides live streaming and production services for companies, non profits and projects that are environmentally or socially responsible.
Unique traits: I'm enjoy behind the camera much more than in front of. I've done both well, but never feel at home in front of the lights, so my focus is in supporting the production where it is needed most.
Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II
Television (Action, Adventure and Sci-Fi) Actor These are the new voyages of the starship Enterprise. Picking up from where the original 5-year mission left-off, a new cast continues the adventures of this legendary crew: to boldly go where no human has ever gone before & to search for new life forms.
Handling the A.M.
Film (Short) Editorial department Racism is a shadow lingering in the depths of our society. It affects everyone but is seldom understood. How do you fight a shadow ... an enemy without a face? This is where "Handling the A.M." begins. It is the first step to liberating the 'Asian-American Man' from the grasp of this shadow. Utilizing the manipulative techniques of infomercials, "Handling the A.M." reveals the Absurdity and Falsity of the Asian American male stereotypes seething in the underbelly of our society. We give it a face and we give our viewers an opportunity to make a choice in the battle against racism. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor Based on a true story - A couple days in the life of an Asian actor in Hollywood, and the stereotypes he faces in the industry & his personal life.
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