Why 93 Films?
In 1993 I was eleven and it was that year I found my passion. Tell stories with video. I’ve been filming weddings for years, and it was time to create a home for corporate projects and 93 Films was born.
Give Matt a video camera and a couple hours and he won’t let you down. Ever since he bought his first video camera at the age of eleven, he has been creating stories that stick with the lucky folks who have seen them. Matt got his bachelors at Ball State University in telecommunications with a production option and an emphasis on multimedia. During college he create two full-length documentaries, ‘Cool’-A James Dean documentary and Midwest Monster Catfish. After collage he began work creating local television and radio commercials for a range of clients. He then worked for a magazine creating event video invitations and behind-the-scenes cookbook episodes. In the magazine industry, Matt discovered a passion for photography. One of his favorite projects was photographing Josiah Citrin’s cookbook titled, “In Pursuit of Excellence.” Photographing American world champion racing driver, Mario Andretti was also a memorable experience for him. Later Matt then began to work for a marketing agency and continued to tell stories with video but began expanding his skill set to graphic design. Next, a technology company scooped up the marketing agency and Matt quickly begin to utilize video to deliver messages to promote direct sales, partners and recruitment, which was virtually nonexistent before Matt arrived.