On my journey, this long journey that i've been on, I've been in high places, low places, great places, and gutter places. I've seen things that I'll never forget and other things that I wish I can forget. I come from a place where you're expected to fail regardless of how much effort you put forward but you never stop when they tell you stop, you never quit when people tell you should, and you never, under any circumstance fold when the shit gets crazy and ugly and hard and painful and you're broken on the side of the road. Instead, you get up, you mustard the balls to take on the next fight and the next one and the one that follows that one until you're broken again or you're battered but you've won the fight. And even then, when you're limping away, there's mountains to climb, hell to raise, and there's always something lurking in the corners waiting to trip you up and catch you slipping. But it can always be worst, you can always be a person without a purpose, and that's an ugly path because life will pass you by and you'll have nothing to solidify yourself in the eternity of this existence or the next, and though it's the easy road to travel, it's the most miserable one to travel on. I'll take the beatings, the torture, the darkness, and the roller coaster ride over that path on any given day, because I know that through all the hardship and struggle, there's a light that drives my fire that needs to be conquered. So if you're on the road that puts you through the shit, that puts you down when you try to get up, and is waiting for you to pop your head up only to knock you on your ass, I say to you, keep pushing, keep fighting, keep surviving, and with time, when it's your time, you'll reap from the rewards that you've never dreamed of. So my friends on the path, no matter what path, fight through, get through, and find your mountain to stamp the tales of your travels in victory. With that said, I'd like to share the pretty side of my travels, the work that drives me, it conceals the ugly with the creative. Enjoy my reel, which is more that a reel I hope, it's the story of my journeys and visions in the form of my art, my path.