I got my first taste of multimedia journalism while working for The Press-Enterprise from 2003 to 2009. Initially, video was a foreign medium thrust at me by the ever changing landscape of journalism, but eventually became my storytelling platform of choice. For the past two years I have been working as a freelance videographer, shooting a wide variety of events for news, government, and private entities. Born and raised in Redlands, I moved to Calimesa in 2007, where I currently live with my wife Michelle, a welder and sculptor, and our dog. I am looking forward filling in for Renee for the next couple of months, as she takes some time to get to know the newest member of her family. While Calimesa may be considered the outskirts of the Pass Area, my wife and I do travel east to handle the majority of our business and I am eager and excited to meet many of you in the coming months as I get to better know the Pass area. If you see a guy wandering around with long hair and headphones around his neck, and holding a tripod with a DSLR camera full of crazy attachments you may have never seen before- that is probably me. Please stop by and say hey. My aim is to keep the site up to the high standards Renee has set so when she comes back she can easily fall right back into her role as Banning-Beaumont Patch editor. Please contact me with any tips or ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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