My love lies in documentary filmmaking. I love sharing stories of people, places, events, and life. Meeting new people and getting to know them on a deeper more genuine level is what fulfills my life and my stories. We all have a story to tell. Let me help you tell yours.
On a trip to Cambodia with the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights Pedals and Packs program, in March 2018, our guide took us on an adventure where we learned how to catch tarantulas, how to cook them, and what the benefits are to eating tarantulas, scorpions, and other local foods. This video is almost 20 minutes long, because I wanted to share as much of our experience as I could. I didn't do much editing, because the beauty of the area, people, and culture, can only be experienced either in person, or through the lens in whole.
In March of 2018, 16 volunteers from Boise, Idaho traveled to Cambodia with the Pedals and Packs program, hosted by The Wassmuth Center for Human Rights, to deliver 200 bicycles and backpacks to promote continuing education for elementary school children. This project is in support of equal education around the world. Thank you to the Wassmuth Center, our guide Rath, and the volunteers for their generous donations. For more information about the Pedals and Packs program, please visit: http://wassmuthcenter.org/ or http://pedalsandpacks.org/
Writer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor
Already an established hairstylist, GiGi opened the BENCH salon & gifts in August of 2015. Since then, she has seen numerous clients, opened her salon to local artists, started sharing her space with her husband Tony, The Beard Mechanic, and became the president of the Vista Bench Business Association. This is GiGi's fresh start.
Producer, Writer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor
Official Selection, Colossal Cinematic Showcase 2017
My heart belongs to my island home. This film was created while I was in Hawai'i attending my Papa's funeral. Mahalo to my ohana.
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