The road has been long and grinding for the past three year. We’ve worked with some of the best people imaginable in that span of time and we have seen some great videos transpire out of the labor. Last year started a video campaign that began in Memphis, TN and finished at the Johnny Cash Museum in Nashville. Nashville Trips are always a highlight because I love working in the Music City. By August I was across the world shooting in the sewage trenches of Katanga, Uganda as my will and emotions were tested by what I captured there.
Before I knew it I was in the Nation’s Capital DP’ing a television pilot and then back home to South Carolina for Republican Campaign promotionals. November I’m in Manhattan shooting home packages for American Greatest Makers when I received the call…… I was heading to Los Angeles for a two month stretch to get a television show off the ground.
My company had reached a crossroads during my two months in Los Angeles. I had a decision to make. A company working out of a small office in North Carolina or a full time Producer/Editor on a television show. The offer was made. Everything I had ever wanted, handed to me with years of stability. I just remember looking at Mike and saying, ” I gotta’ go home.” I remember pushing that send button on that email and saying, “OK, striving business owner it is.” San Vicente Productions was built on three principles: 1)Family 2)Relationships 3)Practice and as much as I had dreamt of being an Executive in Television in Hollywood, I had grown accustomed to a different perspective