I love to write murders and film them; all for the art, of course! Growing up, I was not allowed to watch rated R films...although I secretly watched them anyways. I was always fascinated by how a film was created, pretty much everything intrigued me about the filmmaking process.
I believe that in the horror genre you can focus on the real terrors of the world or controversial topics that you usually do not see in other genres. In horror, there is no limit to what can be done or what line can be crossed. I've had a passion for film before my love for horror started, but that passion propelled my filmmaking passion and shined a light on what I found I would love to do for the rest of my life. When I met Destinie, it made perfect sense to team up and let our passions bleed through together.
I grew up on horror films. My first horror film in a theater was "Freddy VS Jason", I was 6 years old and over the moon with emotion and love for what I thought was such an insanely cool film. I also remember going to video rental stores and picking the horror films with the coolest covers or the ones I've seen over and over, which eventually turned into lifetime favorites.
17 years later, I'm still collecting merchandise and movies like a kid in a candy store and watching the genre religiously. Since elementary school, I've loved writing stories and creating characters. I also had the dream of being in horror films or apart of them somehow, whether it be writing, SPFX, directing, producing, or acting. I never thought it was possible to make my biggest dream a reality until I met Tristan.
After becoming best friends at a local horror Convention, I sent him a short story I did for Creative Writing in High School and it quickly spawned into our first feature film, "Red Eye". We took our common passion and love for horror and stopped at nothing to do what we've always dreamed of. It's such a surreal feeling to do something for the genre that has impacted my life so much; it's an ultimate fulfillment in my life. I still pinch myself and geek out on every set I go to, even if it's my own.