Combining skills, interests, passions and try to accumulate that into a profession is a difficult thing that all privileged people strive for. I’ve always had a leaning towards the creative, such as art in a any form, shape or size. I found early on that film was a medium were I could practice all my interests at once. I had gone through school being a writer with a pursuit for journalism. Modern society, politics and history were subjects that enthused me, but they weren’t being stimulated. Creating factual content as a writer/director is where I’ve really found a home. Being able to work with something that gives you so much in terms of knowledge but also emotionally with all the responsibility it brings is very humbling. I often like to create slow paced-pieces that makes you think. I use a lot of symbolism and like to make it as objective as possible as I am a fan of letting the audience make their own interpretations, and so prolonging it’s life in a sense. In the future I hope to continue my work within the genre and explore more ways of bringing people's voices to the screen.