When it comes to film/video productions, what matters is the distribution of effective time and effort. It is not all about just trying. We are always short of time and money. We must see the whole picture, not the part.
I’ve had all sorts of experiences with film and video production, from major broadcasting company to one-man production. I have worked as a producer, director, writer, editor and even as a cameraman. All of those experiences enabled me to have eyes to see the whole picture.
In addition to my production experiences, I have seen many failures and successes in teaching production to students in college. It helped me to develop an eye that would allow me to figure out in advance which ideas would succeed and which are not.
I love creativity above all else, but I know that creativity that is not based on reality is useless. I can provide you with feasible creativity and help you succeed in your creativity.
I started my career as a TV director. I have made over 500 productions, resulted in the development of an excellent reputation. I was selected as President of the Director’s Society for 3 consecutive years. I was on a roll.
But one day, 15 years after I started working, suddenly my gut was telling me that my creativity and energy was running out. I had got to do something new to fulfill those. So, I went to the US to study production leaving behind all the career. Since then, my life was a continuation of the challenge.
I am looking forward to a new one now.