Post-college, I felt ill-equipped to join the working world. So, I did what I knew best - I kept studying. I made myself a student of creating images, art principles and technological tools for whatever trade my career path would lead me down. I first knew my calling after saying-yes-and-diving-into-the-deep-end-like-I-always-do when I agreed to working on a syndicated commercial production film set. After that set, my mind was set on working on sets and that set my motion forward. I gained a ton of experience, skills and knowledge working on commercials, films, documentaries and reality TV shows. I met people from all over the world and experienced new and challenging circumstances that pushed me to go above and beyond. My goals shifted year after. I realized that freelancing, although rewarding, is a dependent position and fluctuates. So, I started my own business Coffee & Camera. After years of owning and operating a successful award-winning business, my goals changed again. I realized that my personal life was lacking because my job as an entrepreneur never had a stopping point or R&R. So, now I'm in a salary position. However, I still have a book of business and I still operate my business and freelance leisurely which enables me to continue honing my skills and do what I do best for all of my clients and projects.