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/University of Utah (Film and Media Arts)
Columbia College Chicago, IL (Master's)
I am a visual artist. Whether it's through writing or directing, videography or editing, my eye is fixed on storytelling through poetic imagery. In my work, I am influenced by my international perspective. Born into a family of nomads, I have roots across the Middle East, Europe and South America. Much of my work concentrates on marrying these artistic influences and crafting pieces that reflect my unique point of view; the primary purpose always being to entertain and engage audiences. I place a strong emphasis on bold, aggressive and evocative storytelling. Though I aim to create work across different platforms, my intention is consistent and simple and that is to create sincere and unflinchingly honest work which connects with audiences in a way that feels both familiar yet new.
I have experience tutoring or advising artists in the past in writing and various elements of filmmaking. It's something that I very much enjoy. I would be happy to help you achieve your goals, because the world needs more storytellers.
Education: BA in Film and Media Arts and MFA in Cinema Directing
Special Skills/Qualifications: Videography, Video Editing, Screenwriting. Adobe Premiere, Final Cut and various other writing, film and photo editing programs.
Please contact me and set up a lesson! I look forward to meeting you :) I am a visual artist. Whether it's through writing or directing, videography or editing, my eye is fixed on storytelling through poetic imagery. In my work, I am influenced by my international perspective. Born into a family of
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