Currently seeking to focus my energy and dedication into a long-term commitment with a company that I can grow with.
As an experienced media content producer, I have over 200 completed projects in my portfolio ranging from low to high budgets, much of this freelancing work has seasoned me into a survivalist through disastrous scenarios, tight schedules and impossible deadlines.
I want to use my creativity to create amazing Visual Beauty, Video, Graphics or Photography. Interesting Contents that will be Informative for the Future and Time to Come.
Photohoku is a family photo and family photo album building project for those in need. It was started in response to the March 11, 2011 Great Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami disaster in Japan. The entirety of Japan was rattled after that earthquake and it felt like everybody wanted to rally to help to do something, including us, us being me, Brian Scott Peterson, and my homie/agent, Yuko Yoshikawa. Both of us with budding families and very little ones, made it hard to physically go to the devastated regions, so we worked both separately and together in Tokyo on a handful of photography related projects, like a charity shoot, an auction, a book, trying to raise money for Tohoku. Those first efforts, while successful, ran out of steam quickly. Yuko basically got frustrated that it wasn’t really directly effective enough, and recruited me to go up there with her to do what we do professionally together in Tokyo, which is making family portraits. It was obvious to us that if people lost everything in the tsunami, it likely included their family histories in photos, and that was something we understood and could help with.
2011-3 - 2012-3
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