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I lovTravise both portrait and landscape photography. I started my career with a film camera and was fascinated by the process. After moving to digital and further honing his skills, I found myself really missing the experience, discipline, and just plain magic of film. I love the discipline of a roll of film which forces me to slow down, plan my shots carefully. Film brings back a magic quality that digital hasn't yet duplicated.

Cinematography: ALICIA RUBIO

AliciaStorytelling found its place in my life very quickly. One of the most influential ways that it did was through movies. Not long after, I figured out that my calling was to become a filmmaker that shares stories of people and places that I passionately believe in.


KimberlyTo me social media has always been and will always be a place to inspire young women on their career path and to embrace their confidence. As a woman it’s sometimes difficult to relate to someone, so here I am to tell you to embrace your originality because by no means am I like anyone else and neither are you!

Cinematography: CONNER ROBBINS

ConnerI serve as a 4671 - Combat Videographer Combat Camera and provide the Marine Corps with state-of-the-art imagery products and services in support of the Fifth Element and expeditionary training and readiness. Combat Camera support includes photography, videography, graphic arts, multimedia, and limited reprographics.