After experimenting as a chef in the culinary arts and thinking that I would make it as an Olympic runner (after winning first place in high jump at a regional track meet), my heart settled on working in the multimedia industry. Learning all the technological basics from an editor at a local church, I began my career path in multimedia. Before graduating high school, I knew more about film and design than most fresh-out-of-college graduates with a film B.A. At 17 I was offered an internship at Turner Studios. The internship eventually turned into a freelance position, and I have now worked for the studio since June of 2013. While working for Turner, I have experienced and learned more than many students have in their university studies. Using everything I have been learning from extremely talented people, I have begun working on film and graphic projects of my own, fine-tuning my skills. Whether I’m creating a logo or business-card for a small company, filming a video for my church, or even helping out with producing a new television show, creating art and inspiring people will always be my passion.