In the summer of 2012 I interned at Bigstuf Camps, a Christian youth organization. At Bigstuf, I fell in love with live production and shortly after started pursuing videography at my local church, Oak Bridge Community Church. In June of 2013 I started editing and freelancing as a videographer and editor for Oak Bridge. The summer of 2014 I interned at Ameren Electric as a videographer and editor. In January of 2015, Tony D Productions was launched. In late 2016 I stepped into a full-time position at Oak Bridge as a pastor working mostly with students and creating videos for marketing and promoting events within the church. In 2019 I transitioned back into full-time freelancing across the Saint Louis area and can't wait to work with people to create memorable videos. I could not be where I am today without God, my family, and friends who have encouraged me to chase after my dreams.