BIOGRAPHY

- JACK SCHWITZ
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     I was given a camera for my birthday when I turned 12 years old. It was a Minolta Maxxum 35mm camera and I took it everywhere. I took it to friend's houses, to concerts, on road trips... Then when I was 14 I got my first video camera, a Panasonic VHS-c camcorder. 

      And as time went on, I learned you could go to college for this, and then someone would pay me to create what I loved doing. So I enrolled in a film studies major at SUNY Purchase. 

     When I wrapped up my education I moved to Arizona and opened a video production company and that brings us to the present. Today is not much different than when I started, I still always have a camera with me wherever I go except now I get paid to do what I always loved.

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