Since 2017 I’ve been striving to serve my clients, and make it my mission to fulfill their visions.

 

My mission as a professional Videographer and Cinematographer is to use my skill set in a way that removes stress and difficulty from the client's mind and help them to purely focus on their vision. Creating high-quality video content can present a myriad of problems and headaches, but I want all of that to fall away when working for you. From the process of coming up with the idea, to planning and shooting the needed footage, to finalizing a polished film, I want to free you to enjoy the process and free your mind to be creative in the process.

 
 

Everyday that I’m on set is a good day.

In 2013 I graduated from Waldorf College (now Waldorf University) in Forest City, Iowa. I spent 3 years of my college career as a dual sport athlete in soccer and bowling, as well as serving as the Director of Wal-TV our campus television station. I’ve spent those years since graduation finding my voice as a filmmaker and finding my place in the industry. I’ve worked full-time as a church’s Videographer and as the Studio Manager at a mid-level production company. During those years I’ve spent time doing side work on passion projects and for a wide range of clients. I’ve served as the Director of Photography on 4 short films and 1 feature film in my time since college, and have succeeded and failed in all respects along the way. Now running my own business full-time has brought all of those experiences and skills together to serve you.

Apart from my work life I’m a husband of 5 years and father to a wonderful little girl. These are the people that keep me striving for success and excellence in my work. I spend time playing games with my daughter, enjoying movies with my wife, and working on small renovation projects in our house. I enjoy working with my hands and finding ways to be creative in all aspects of life. I hope to use my life experiences to grow as a person and as fuel for my creative work.

 
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