Growing up, I would take the cameras and videocameras away from my parents. Oblivious to the fact that my mother would only take them out to take pictures of me, I would reach up and start taking pictures of her. I was fascinated by the world I could see through a lens. As I grew older, I started taking pictures of my little brothers. The button that zoomed in and out was very interesting to me. I was the one that discovered it on my camera, even before my parents. I found all sorts of little tricks behind a video camera. We had the old fashioned, really big video camera and it was difficult for me to hold it up for more that 30 seconds, so I would stack up chairs and make a little version of a home-made tripod. When I was 5, I got a fake camera as a Christmas gift. I loved it more than ever, even though I knew it was fake. I would take pictures everywhere I went. When I was in the 7th grade, I really got interested in video production and the morning announcements. I would usually be the only one that watched it every morning. In the 8th grade, I finally joined video production. I would make videos all the time and I would be on the announcements as many times as possible. I had the best time with it. When I came to Gunn, I decided to take broadcasting. We learned the basics of making movies and how to use the studio. Now I'm offically a broadcaster at Gunn High School. I am part of the TBN sports crew, where we cover all of the insight on everything related to Titan Sports. I love being a part of the crew every morning and I love making movies, so I hope to continue making movies and working with cameras my entire life.