I can finally say I’m a full-time freelance videographer. Throughout 2017, I’ve been having an internal battle on whether I should accept the offer I had to nursing school or break into a career I’ve always dreamt about. I worked hard to get to this point where I can be confident in my decision.
I went through countless days of working my day job at the doctor’s office from 9AM-5PM to working on my night job as a videographer from 6PM-2AM. I endured numerous sleepless nights of working on edits to living like a zombie in the mornings at work. I developed doubts in pursuing my passion when some of my support system doubted me. I went through a rollercoaster of emotions on the thought of giving up 10+ years of being in healthcare. With all this said, nothing stopped my momentum.
I kept working those 9AM-5PM to 6PM-2AM days and that translated into more clients. Pursuing my passion became even stronger when my support system recognized my commitment. The thought of giving up years in healthcare transformed into providing social care in a different way. As the year came to an end, I developed so many meaningful relationships with so many beautiful people who share that same fire.
Reflecting back on that day in January 2017 where I first thought of this “crazy” decision, here are a few words that I would give myself. – At this point in time, we can be anyone we want in this world. So just do it.
I’m thankful and grateful for everyone who has helped me get to where I’m at today. I’m excited to show you all what I’ve been working on! If 2017 was the transition, 2018 is the beginning. I will be planning on getting more involved with social/ environmental impact work and doing work with artists on a bigger scale.
If you're interested in supporting my journey or need any creative work done, feel free to contact me through my contact page or your favorite social media through my links down below.