Well, here's a little info on who I am. I started in this kooky business at 19 years old and my first job was as a Stage Manager at Raleigh Studio's in Hollywood. Working there allowed me to meet a number of professionals, especially Gaffers, Key Grips, Camera Assistants, etc . . . On one occasion I was asked by a old time Gaffer if I wanted to work as a electrician for him on a small job and I took the bait. My life has been hell ever since. I worked up the ranks, became a member of 728, and found myself at the age of 27 as a Gaffer. I was lucky enough to work with some really great people and they taught me quite a bit. With that training the natural progression of things led me into cinematography, which I did throughout my 30's working on small films, documentaries, music video's and commercials. I did sometime at a post house called DFT were I headed up a short lived production effort where we pumped out a few films. From there I partnered up with a few counterparts and started a small production company called "Television101," and we do all kinds of work, hell, we will take a job sweeping the floor if it pays the correct rate. We specialize in commercials, corporate videos, along with some narrative at times. At Television101 I mostly Produce and Direct, however, I continue to grab a camera from time to time. Essentially, this is who I am as it concerns my profession. I do hold a degree in History along with a minor in Psychology and my most important job is being a father to my two daughters. There you have it, kinda sad when you can sum-up your whole life in a short paragraph.