Creativity has always been a part of my life. Even as a little boy, I would create new toys out of blocks, or create a little club house out of a cardboard box. My passion for creativity has followed me throughout my life. In my musical career, where I create melodies, my cinematography career, where I create stories, and in my photography, where I capture memories. To me, it all ties together in a way.

In 2006, I started a production company with one goal in mind: To set a new standard of quality with a higher-end product for organizations and businesses in the area. Along my broken road, I found the one I had been waiting for all of my life…my wife, Christina. She has supported me in every aspect of my life, both good and bad. I also gained an amazing step-son, Tyler. In 2011 we had our first child together. Asher Jordan. I never entirely understood what life was all about, but as soon as I saw my son’s face for the first time, it all made sense. It amazed me that my wife and I had created another human life.

Creativity is a really amazing thing. There is no greater feeling than capturing moments of time and seeing them come together in a story. That’s why my job is so important to me. Through the years, I have strived to develop my skills as a musician, photographer and cinematographer. I am still learning every single day. And now, with new technology that is being developed, we are at the cutting edge of an absolutely extraordinary capability…to capture breathtaking views from the air using the latest in low-altitude aerial robotics and UHD cameras. It’s an exciting time. Seeing things from the ground, as great as it is, is “normal” to us. However, this new perspective we are are able to open the door to endless creative possibilities.

I have been lucky enough to meet some of the most talented people I have ever known. That’s where BLK/PXL comes in. It is such an honor to finally be working with not only the most amazing creative minds I have ever known, but also some of the greatest people in the world.

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