What about her?
I'm one of the lucky ones, I think. Since I gained the ability to retain memory, I've always known what I wanted to do with my life. I've always wanted to craft stories. Sure, the means in which I planned on telling those stories changed. I started off rambling my own special version of Goldilocks to my incredibly patient parents, but I'd like to think I've evolved as a storyteller since then.
I'm a writer, filmmaker, and arts manager.
While earning my degree in Film Production at Bowling Green State University, I wrote and directed many short films, some of which would go on to win festival awards.
While I love being involved in the creative side of things, I'd also consider myself a good leader and manager. Mentoring and teaching others is one of my favorite things to do.
I believe the best way to become a good film or television maker is to study visual media and its place in society. Diversity in TV & Film is one of my favorite topics of discussion. While I tend to find myself steering towards science fiction, I can get behind any good story regardless of genre.
There are a lot of really hard working and smart people out there with similar skill sets as me. What I think makes me unique is that I do every little thing with my whole heart, even when it aches and even when it's scary. Especially when it aches and especially when it's scary.