I've been a working filmmaker and video journalist for 35 years. My passion is storytelling with pictures and sound. After graduating from the University of La.-Monroe with a degree in Radio/TV/Film, I went to work in a local tv station. From there I spent the next 35 years seeing the world through lens of a video camera. Now, I put that knowlege to work for my clients.
At this time, I run my video production company, work for the local CBS station in Houston and I teach film and video at a local college.
This is not just what I do. Filmmaking is who and what I am.
I love telling stories and capturing a moment to in a picture to share and to enjoy for a lifetime.
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I've been a classroom teacher for ten years. As well as a working filmmaker. I'm one of the few people in this market making a living doing what they teach when it comes to film and video.
I like hands on instruction. My teaching still is to 1) Instruct, 2) Demonstrate, 3) Assist, then 4) observe.
I have a degree in filmmaking. But, I've worked in TV news and video production for over thirty years. I love all aspects of telling stories using pictures and video. I've tought at two public schools and one University. I now work at KHOU and teach photography, cinematography and editing at The Art Institute of Houston.
My rates start at $50 an hour with a minimum of four hours.
After working in TV and video production, I decided to help others to find the joy of filmmaking.
I love working with people from all backgrounds and experience levels.
You should always look for a teacher that is able to make a living at whatever they teach. I've been working in the business for over thirty years.