Born in So. Cal, 1963
I became interested in steadicam in 1999. After a visit to Cinema Products, (which manufactured the steadicam at the time), I was completely fascinated with its capabilities.
In 2000, I started volunteering at a local TV station in order to gain camera experience. During this time, I worked on several different projects, including award shows, live concerts, corporate video projects, parades, sporting events, and even an indie film project.
I was finally able to purchase my rig in 2012 and immediately began to study and practice the art of steadicam.
Today, I continue to follow my dream and passion of steadicam operating, believing that old quote that says, "do something you love, and you'll never
work a day in your life."