THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT JUSTIN
Justin helps clients tell their Story by producing media products. He prioritizes project goals and content over budgets.
Justin's media expertise ranges from development to writing to direction to production to post-production. He confesses to being a real-life media "jack of all trades." (Sure, in his trade, that description used to sound unbecoming, but he got over all that.)
Justin takes pride in being crafty, creative and detail-oriented. Depending on the needs of each client and project, he likes keeping things simple as much as he likes to think outside of the box.
Justin relishes in building teams and delivering products exceeding their financial budgets. He's typically described as an affable and agreeable leader who engages his collaborators and culls the best from those from around him.
Please note: Justin only seeks collaborators who consciously strive to make the world a better, kinder and more interesting place.
THINGS YOU PROBABLY DON'T REALLY NEED TO KNOW ABOUT JUSTIN
As a sparkle in his parents' eyes, Justin was conceived, born and raised in the Pacific Northwest.
As a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, Justin served as a fellow at the American Film Institute, where he wrote and directed "Chocolate Girls."
As a documentarian, Justin specialized as camera operator and collaborated with distinguished storytellers, including PBS Frontline.
As a military broadcaster, Justin was honored as the U.S. Navy’s "Broadcaster of the Year" and long-running host of "Pacific Magazine."
As a journalist, Justin attended UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, where he produced "Keep Your Hands Up."
MJ, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism | MFA, American Film Institute | BA, University of Washington
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