It was during my last year and a half of school that I had the opportunity to film six firefighters ride their bikes across the US. The bike ride, also known as the Ride for 9-11, turned into one of my biggest accomplishments to date, completing a feature length documentary, â€śLetâ€™s Rollâ€ť. It was my directorial debut and also won me my first award at Newport Beach Film Festival. Shortly after, I was hired to direct a family film, Designer Pupsâ€ť. I currently work with ENDPAIN on short documentaries and interview pieces.
When Makenzie Cadmus, born February 22, 2016, arrived into the world, her parents were shocked to see their sweet baby girl missing skin on most of her limbs and more skin being removed as doctors cleaned her face. Born with Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (RDEB), Mackenzie is only one of approximately six in a million with this extremely rare condition. This is the journey of one family who hasn't lost hope.
Now, the Cadmus family urgently needs your help! Mackenzie will soon undergo a bone marrow transplant that could give her a new life. Please support Mackenzie and her family by donated at their Go Fund Me page. Every dollar counts!