(& Kristin Callister)
Creating videos was a hobby when I was a kid, and then it became a skill that won me national scholarships in high school. When I was 16 I decided that I would forfeit the Minecraft videos I was making and invest my skills in something that would actually contribute to society. I then aspired to be a videographer for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. At 17 I founded this business so I could sharpen my skills, and I decided to relaunch the business after returning home from a mission in Aug 2019. I’ve since married and hope to support my new family with this business. I plan to run with it for at least a few years, and then either put it on the back burner or evolve it into something bigger depending on what life brings us.
-1st place national American Banker’s Association “Saver’s Choice” (public vote)
-3rd place national ABA’s “Lights Camera Save” teen video contest
–National Finalist in Drive Smart Now video short competition.
–1st place national K-12 Get Real competition in 2013 (Tooele Jr. High School)
–Annual best use of character award in the 2016 Salt Lake 48H Film Contest (I was the sole editor)
–1st place in Tooele High School’s 2014-2015 music video category; 2015-16 comedy; 2016-2017 drama