I started out in video/film back in 1985. I found my niche in life and knew that filmmaking is what I really wanted to do professionally. In 1994 I founded Piner Video Productions my main business of operation was videoing weddings and corporate events. While running this small business I would get video jobs. I landed a job with a major TV company (Authentic Entertainment) as cameraman. This was in the year 2006 for the documentary The 750 Pound Man that aired on The Learning Channel. I directed and produced a documentary called Uncertain Days Living Homeless in 2006, which was distributed through Amazon and the film took two years to complete. In 2008 I Directed and Produced a documentary called Shape Up America which was self-distributed through word of mouth and our web site. I also interned at a local News Broadcast Company to hone my skills. In the year 2009 I changed the company's name to CineFocus & Media Productions LLC. I began to produce documentary films of which this is the main operation of the business. Shape Up America documentary took us into the year 2011 and at this point I started thinking about other documentaries and came up with Free Spirits – Saving America’s Wild Horses. I started production on this documentary in 2012 and finally in late 2014 I finished the documentary film. This film is already doing much better than my previous films. It has premiered in 5 different theaters throughout the United States, such as Chico California, Las Vegas Nevada, Wilmington Delaware, Louisville Kentucky and Portland Main. Future plans for this film includes National TV and VOD Platforms. Today CineFocus & Media Productions LLC. has been hard at work building CineFocus from the ground up. We completed our latest film John - Living With Mental Illness October of 2021.