If you've found yourself on this page I more than likely owe you a giant heap of gratitude. I bought my first camera at 19 years old and worked with it professionally until I left for Los Angeles at the start of 2016. I shot photo and video for weddings, short narratives, mini documentaries, music videos, a web series, behind the scenes documentaries, fashion, portraiture, and an uncountable amount of small projects. My end goal was always to be a smaller piece of a larger puzzle in Los Angeles' film scene. I now work full time as a gaffer and set lighting technician in Los Angeles and I am fully confident that wouldn't be possible without anyone who hired me in my younger years or collaborated with me in film school. I have the fondest of memories from my shoots and the amount of people who believed in me and my work. Indiana's greatest asset is the people that inhabit it, and I cherished my time there. If you ever hired me, you paved the way for me to live my seemingly unattainable dream of becoming a filmmaker. And for all the love I received in what will always be home I can never repay, thank you.