As a kid, I would always want to take the pictures in the house and take the videos. My mother would take out the video camera so that she could take videos of my as a kid, but I never really let her. I wanted to be behind the camera and see the world through a lens. As a I grew up, I would always take my camera and take pictures of my little brothers. I would use the zoom button, a button that my parents didn't really know how to use. I figured out the 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.