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Chapman University (BFA Film Production)
I'm a student at Chapman University, and I love nothing more than to share my love and understanding of cinema, film history and the entertainment industry. I'm originally from north of Boston, MA and relocated to sunny Orange, CA to pursue my passion for filmmaking and photography. Being a tutor is extremely rewarding, because I can help students through the same issues I once struggled with. Seeing a student understand and begin to hone a filmmaking skill reminds me why I love the industry I'm in.
I've received a 5, the highest score, on the Advanced Placement Spanish Language and AP Spanish Literature tests. I studied Spanish from 2006 - 2013, although since attending college I have lost some, but not all of my proficiency.
I made my first film in 2006, and haven't stopped learning since. Since attending Chapman University I have been trained in all aspects of the filmmaking process, and held internships with major companies, both in the film and tech industries. In 2014, I began studying photography in Paros, Greece for three months at the Hellenic International Studies in the Arts and am now an avid photographer and cinematographer.
If you need a resource on film, photography, or any related field, do not hesitate to contact me for more information. I'm here to help! :) I'm a student at Chapman University, and I love nothing more than to share my love and understanding of cinema, film history and the entertainment industry. I'm originally from north of Boston, MA and relocated to sunny Orange, CA to
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