Hello, I am a student filmmaker and photographer. I've been using a camera since I was three years old. My first camera was a point and shot film camera. Which I used to take my first photograph which was of the yellow toilet. I started editing still images together when I got my first computer in 2008. Then in 2009 I started making basic films with my digital point and shot camera. In Animal Technology I learn to photograph my fellow students working with the animals for their senior portfolios. All the while I am raising a flock of chickens. I learned from age of 2 until the present day how to raise a chicken from an egg in the incubator to senior adult. The chicken that lived the longest that I raised was Rosaline the rooster who lived 10 whole years. My high school and childhood years gave me the chance to learn how to be a farmer, basic video editor with windows movie maker, photographer and filmmaker. After high school I started on the next step in my life.
I helped out the elderly in the neighborhood. Did short periods of volunteer work and many different farms. I got to learn how to work with horses, donkeys, ponies and cows. During my down time I would take long walks with my late Dog Bonnie and photograph the landscape around me on my travels. The longest walk was a total of 14 miles. All the while I still make basic films and edit them. Next I got my first real paying job.
I started working at a Chick-Fil-A as a catering assistant. I learned how to make salads, cook fries in a quick manner and make coleslaw from scratch. Also, I learned how to make handmade lemonade with a juicer. I learned to be quick on my feet and make consumers smile with well made food. After that I took care of my Aunt who was ill with cancer.
Lucky the illness was misdiagnosed and was pituitary gland problems. During those months I learned how to be a care giver by cooking, cleaning and helping my Aunt with her daily routine. Lucky after the surgery which removed her pituitary gland her health began to improve. Once she returned to good health I left and got another job.
This new job was at the Salvation Army. I became a Sales Associate. Throughout my years working their I learn some many awesome things like being a cashier. I learned what clothing, linens and bric-a-brac was worth and pricing them accordingly. My favorite was meeting new costumers and helping them with their problems to best of my ability. While I worked at the pulchritudinous Salvation Army I started going to college.
My major in college is Cinema Video Production. My objective is to gain a career in or related in cinema and filmmaking. I am still in college and have been for the last 4 years. I have only 5 classes more to go and then I graduate. After that I plan to attend a another college to get my next degree for TV Studio Production. My hope is to become a camera operator or sound designer. Throughout college I have learned how to use Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere. My ability to write has profoundly improved and I can write easily a 100 page script. Also, I have directed and acted in student TV Studio Productions and films. There is still so much in this world I have to learn about. Even in my free time I try to learn as much as I can. I have done numerous research reports for fun such as on Little Diomede, Alaska, Water Willow, Tree of Heaven, and Lamprocapnos Spectabilis. Lastly, I read numerous books every year right now I am reading "Tess of the Storm Country" by Grace Miller White, Bible and "Jesus Lives" by Sarah Young. I love to read, to learn, help others and be the best employee I can be. Which is by working hard, breaking down the problem into easier pieces and showing respect and kindness to others. I hope my being a filmmaker that I can help somebody or some animal in a positive way. Thank you for your time reading this bio about myself. May your days be blessed with peace and happiness and all your dreams come true. So long for now my angelic readers.
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