I am currently an active duty U.S. Marine stationed at Combat Camera in Washington, D.C., as a videographer. My primary duties are focused around creating productions for Headquarters Marine Corps and include work such as pre-production, shooting, conducting interviews, lighting design, editing, narration, sound design, motion design, and other post-production. I have worked on notable projects for many people including the Commandant of the Marine Corps and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, Medal of Honor recipient. I once stood in line for two hours just to eat corn dogs for lunch.
I have seven years of photojournalism and videography experience throughout my Marine Corps career and have worked in several different countries across two deployments including Djibouti, Jordan, Kuwait, Italy, Guam, and Afghanistan. My past video work includes historical documentation over a vast array of military exercises and operations, ceremonies, interviews, tactical site exploitation, training videos, and news packages.
I spend my free time pursuing my own photographic interests which include portraiture, weddings, and photojournalism projects focused on humanitarian or environmental issues. In my other free time I am a member of the DC Filmmakers group working on scripted short films. In my other other free time I am attending Park University classes towards my Bachelor’s degree in Business/Marketing. In my other other other free time I like to swing dance, kayak, camp, attend roller derby bouts, and dream about building a tiny house.
I am interested in connecting with anyone regardless of industry or experience. I like to be the person that takes a mission, gets it done, and has an excellent time doing it with a team of equally excellent people.
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Arlington, Virginia, USA