I approach every project with fresh eyes and an open mind. I'm not afraid to think outside the box to come up with original solutions that get results. And I always make sure to have a little fun along the way.
Tell us a little about yourself, why you chose your career path
My passion for filmmaking started to manifest in the late years of high school and start to dive into the techniques of editing,filmmaking, cameras …, and with every second that passes i fell in love more, until I bought my first camera then i realized that i want to do this as a career, add to that the love for entrepreneurship i started my own company at 2016 .
What is your role at Sustainability Champions, and why do you love working here?
I'm responsible for editing the podcast, and because I really believe in the cause and the message being told it gives a sense of satisfaction and value to the work being done.
What song best describes your work ethic?
I don’t have a song that describes my work ethics, but i think indie rock does it cause it’s artistic and effecient
Tell us one Sustainability Champion you admire and why?
Im fairely new to the project so i don't know a lot of champions, but one in particular caught my eye, i admired the story of Nzambi Matee and the huge impact she is making of turning 20 tonnes of plastic waste into bricks and i think it is a revolutionary idea that can influence multiple sectors. And her smile and the vibe she is gibing is just wholesome.
What's one thing you've changed about your lifestyle lately in the name of sustainability
I'm consuming way less plastic using little but efficient life hacks.
If you could be the best in the world at something, what would it be?
I wanna be the best filmmaker in the world and make art that really makes a change.
If you were famous, what would your stage name be?
It would be “airman”, i liked that nickname since i was little.