I've been thinking. A lot. The past year has been a whirlwind. Almost a year ago to the day I was on a plane on my way to the middle east to finish up tour. It was an amazing year and it just got better after that. I was able to spend some quality time with my grandfather before he passed away. I got a dog. I found a new job. I got married. I got a house. We found out we're having a kid. I did a ton of freelance. I bought a new car. I told the world we're having a kid (just as weird as finding out yourself). And today marks my last day at the job I got only 10 months ago. You might ask yourself, why in the world would someone with all that stuff going on quit a steady income. I've been asking myself that too.A while back I posted about a phrase that had been resonating with me. "Would I do it for free?" I can't post something like that without taking a look at it myself. And the more I looked at what I was doing the more I said to myself that there was no way I would do it for free. And I didn't really want to be doing it for what I got paid. The company is cool and good at what they do, but their video work is very elementary. I did 3 or 4 cool projects but most of it was meetings and presentations. The stuff that I hated having to tell someone else they had to do at my last job, and now it wasn't just that it was coming in. I had to do it myself.
So I decided to take a chance and go for my own company. I don't know that there will ever be a better time to try my own thing than right now, so why not do it? While I finish the corporation papers and negotiate contracts I have a 2 month contract with an amazing company I'll fill you guys in on in a little bit. For now, I'm crossing my fingers and hoping my amazing year continues. If you need any photo/video, you let me know.