For eight years I've been working as a video maker. Right after school I started working with an Italian company that taught me how to use a camera and how to post-produce videos, producing and working on videos on my own as well as for them. Eventually I've widened my experience in London working as assistant for videographers and editing videos for many clients. I also had courses for software to learn how to best use them.
I've worked with many clients that needed videos for their website, from real estate agencies to fashion.
I've always had a keen attitude to writing as well as scripting. Having a passion for acting myself, I have written many short movies and acts that I've played over the year. Some of those short strips are also in the portfolio.
I've worked as a freelancer and with other freelancers, mostly when they had footage they wanted to be edited. I've also edited videos for Raw Production and Raw Capture (both based in London), worked as a Streaming Technician for Endeavor Streaming and produced video for many clients both in London and in Italy.
I don't consider creating a video like something I have to do because it's a job, but I consider it like something I want to do because I love doing it. For me, spending 20 hours per day to edit and create a video to meet a deadline it's as easy as playing a game. Many times I had to work with incredible tight deadlines and I've never complained doing it, even if I were on holiday, for example.