My name is Kincade Bischoff, and I've been making videos for as long as I can remember, and I'd love to apply my skills to whatever video projects come my way. I started with making silly videos on my tiny camcorder with my younger brother and our friends, whether we be on camera dressed as mad scientists, or just off camera holding Star Wars action figures and wiggling them around as we voiced them. I taught myself how to edit videos on Sony Vegas, and when we got a wall in our house painted bright green, we started using it as a green screen, to mixed results. In 2015, I made a YouTube channel called Bionivision, and it was there that I would make videos of all sorts. There were the silly videos with my friends, but I also made stop motion videos with Legos, parody cartoons, and even a short film that I later submitted to my high school's film festival. I got second place.
Currently, I've taken a step back from the YouTube channel, and have focused more on doing video production as a job. For a few years now, I've been a volunteer camera operator/occasional video director for Hills Church, where I would regularly assist for their Sunday morning services, as well as other events the church put on. It was there that I learned how to use a Blackmagic Pocket 4K camera, and I would later buy one for myself so I can find video work outside of church. I've lent my talents for various businesses, and even filmed for a TEDx event, but I would like to do video work full-time so I can do what I enjoy most.