ince Eddie was 14 years old, he was creating films and uploading them onto YouTube. After attracting a unique audience, Eddie was able to create weekly web content spanning from short films to comedic sketches. By the age of 17, he self-produced his first professional video in Hollywood, California. Currently, Eddie is studying Film at Columbia College Chicago and working as a freelance filmmaker and content creator. He has worked for companies such as Guayaki Inc, ACT.org, FountainHead Press, 5 Below, Edison Awards Chicago, and more.
Eddie was practically born with a camera in his hand.
The home videos his parents have found show his directorial debut was at the age of 10.
He always had a vision. By the age of 14, he was turning visions into reality; he made his way to
Los Angeles where he discovered his love for telling stories. Inspired by YouTube creators such as: Shane Dawson, iJustine, Joe Nation TV, Michael Buckley, Brittani Louise Taylor, and Olga Kay, Eddie was able to learn how to make films that spoke to the masses. He taught himself how to edit and how to make films with nothing; learning how to create with nothing allowed him to focus on the story and the passion. Eddie believes that passion is what films are all about.
Working both on and off camera camera, Eddie has been able to form a unique perspective about filmmaking that allows him to be a well-rounded creator. Eddie’s films not only spark the passionate feelings we all share, but his films provide an unique perspective. Inspired by life’s ups-and-downs, Eddie’s goal is to create content that will push the boundaries of normal, or in other words, create visionary content that speaks to the audience in ways that have never been done before. Through the use of non-traditional media, Eddie has been able to connect with audiences across many platforms.
Film. Film. Film. There isn’t a day in Eddie’s life where he isn’t watching, writing, or making films. Inspired by the concept of “vlogging”, Eddie strives to make film an integral part of his life almost every day. He’s constantly inspired by the things around him and always has a story to tell. Eddie believes that without film, there’d be no stories to be told; film evokes our truest emotions and feelings, and without it, we cannot grow and evolve. You’d be surprised if you don’t see a piece of yourself in his films. Where can you find Eddie? Most likely with camera in hand, working on his next passion project.