I am so glad you are here.
I can't wait to connect with you!

Straight up, I just love God and therefore love people.  It is why I do what I do, and why I can't wait to connect with you, make sure I am the right fit for your videography needs, and help share your emotion and story for the world to see.

My backstory:

I did NOT enter adulthood thinking that I would ever do videography, let alone wedding videography.  I grew up loving professional wrestling.  It basically defined my life for high school and a bit of young adulthood.  My favorite wrestlers were: Macho Man for a few years, then it was The Rock, then Shawn Michaels, now it has been the Phenomenal AJ Styles since 2004.

I actually trained to become a professional wrestler, and was an independent (minor leagues) pro wrestler from 2004 to 2009 in the midwest.  Here is me with a title:

Sorry if the shirtless picture was a bit much, but it is what is is, and that is pro wrestling for ya.  It is a part of my past, and I wanted to make sure to include it in my bio on my website.

 

So, how in the world does this guy, long hair, who is into doing backflips off the top rope and giving the "Dewey Decimal Drop" onto bad guys, end up doing wedding videography?

Enter Jesus into my life.

Halfway through my wrestling journey, I knew something was missing in my life.  I had already been Christian by name, but really started studying things out.  I read books like "Evidence that Demands a Verdict" by Josh McDowell and "Case for Christ" by Lee Strobel.  That is when I found that this wasn't just people hoping for an afterlife and making stuff up, but real history.  I got around some spirit-filled Jesus people, and life has been an amazing, challenging, growing, maturing journey ever since.  I have been healed of deep wounds of the past and my upbringing, have seen friends and family's lives completely changed, and God took this dude who did NOT care about sunsets into someone that now can stop the car to take a photo and appreciate that special time of day that comes only once a day.

So, in 2013, I was doing sound tech for my friend Andrew Whalen's