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In my tiny town in Colorado, there wasn’t much opportunity for a young camera nerd, I became very good at teaching myself through trial and error. I took cameras and lenses apart so I could understand their mechanics. In high school I created my own “class” consisting of me developing film by myself in a darkroom with 10 year old chemicals and a spotty text book. After film school, I started shooting for a local marketing firm in Colorado. I also ran my own business shooting real estate while trying to crew for any productions I could. Currently, I shoot for a national client in action sports representing multiple companies across the industry. I also have my own passion project following Challenger 2 and her crew break the land speed record. In my job, it’s just me and my camera, constantly in danger aware of dirtbikes on and off the track. I anticipate movements, think on my feet, efficient and quick as possible because I know that I have to head back to my computer and pump out five edits before the weekend ends; These countless hours of editing have taught me to better visualize a story before hitting record.