Hi! I’m Joe! The CEO & Founder of 7 yellow. I love the art of visual story telling and cinema production. Finding new solutions to problems has always been fascinating to me. I can not wait to see where this path leads me! I started my first video production company in 2015 I have since become an experienced drone operator with S-UAV Pilot’s license and started doing business as 7 yellow in 2018. I have always been fascinated with film production. It soon became a passion of mine that I thought I could only dream of making into a career one day. I began college with the intent of studying mechatronics and electrical engineering but I soon decided that career path was not for me. I had the chance to experience van life. The experience has had an impact on how I see the world and has shaped me into what I am today. During this endeavor I worked as a carpenter at Tom White Construction in Bainbridge Island, Washington. I honed my carpentry skills and now I combine my previous technical skills with carpentry in the video production world and have continued to grow in with my new passion!

Joe’s grandpa winning triple 777 simultaneously in Vegas on two slots!

The number 7 is both deep and wise. It is not satisfied with simple explanations and surface-level information — this is frivolous stuff. It knows that the real gold is buried deeper and won’t stop until it finds it — and then it’ll keep digging for more. Asking questions, researching, listening, and sensing are all special skills the 7 uses in its search for awareness.

Yellow, the color of sunshine, hope, and happiness. Yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism, enlightenment, remembrance, intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy.

Studies show that the meaning of the color yellow can be warmth, cheerfulness, increased mental activity, increased muscle energy. The color yellow helps activate the memory, encourage communication, enhance vision, build confidence, and stimulate the nervous system.

“I enjoy hands on learning so much more and have taken every opportunity to intern in the film industry I could. I also had the opportunity to work hands on in Los Angeles, California. In collaboration as an editor and assistant to director with redflyingfox.com. I worked on a series of short films, including a TV pilot “From Fire & Dust.” There I learned a lot about the industry.”