Can we talk about how much I love taking portraits for a hot second? I can’t do a flat lay to save my life, plus, I don’t give a shit about flat lays and how the social media world orgasms over an aerial coffee shot or curated, shuffled papers. Sure, it’s cute from time to time, but UGH the feels when it comes to direct eye contact and personality. Had the pleasure photographing @kaysodip with @emicfilms on a grand weekend in Knoxville. Kaysee is a kickass mountain biker and is the epitome of grit. She wasn’t the pop-out-of-the-womb with a helmet athlete, she made a decision in her early 20s that she was going to get dirty and take some names. It really proves that hard work, dedication and practice really can get you anywhere is you out your mind to it and stop making excuses. Thanks for that reminder Kaysee and I look forward to seeing you kick some more ass.
[WHAT'S IN MY CAMERA BAG] [After many years of begging and borrowing tools to make these films I love, I finally have enough gear of my own to drop one of these posts. Don't get me wrong, this is only the beginning. I'm happy to see progress and the start of an absolute beast of a collection.] #LORDVAIMALOVES [1. Nikon F-301 SLR Camera aka Shiva.
2. 80mm T2.8 Nikon Prime Lens.
3. 50mm T1.8 Nikon Prime Lens.
4. Canon Legria HRF506 Camcorder aka George the girl stealer.
5. Samsung 360 Camera aka Earl the Early Ejaculater.
6. A Macro and Fisheye lens for your cellphone.
7. HP Pavilion Laptop aka The old man.
8. Camera Accessories - My trusty Lens Pen, Allen Keys, Screwdriver and Gaffer Tape.
9. My Ice Tings - Watch, Walet, Chapstick, Hand Sanitizer, buff and of course my cellular device.]
Here’s to raising our hands way up and being honest with what we want. Saying that I wanted to direct or even be a director took years. I never felt prepared or experienced enough. Channeling mediocre white boy confidence and just going for it. ✋🏻it’s time.
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Taking you back through the years, when I thought I would pursue the film industry through stunts. I really loved training, being in the nitty gritty, the physicality of it was exciting. As much as I loved doing stunts, fighting, falling, getting set on fire... I just found that I loved acting and making films more. I still occasionally coordinate stunts and choreograph fights when I can but it's not a career I plan on pursuing. Everyone has their own path, you just have to figure out yours and trust in your instincts. There is no one right or wrong way to do anything in life.
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