What unfolded was a true career adventure. He shot freelance videography in countries including Vietnam, Bali, and Thailand before a client then hired him and flew him to Copenhagen to shoot video through Europe.
The whirlwind of travel and beautiful landscapes provided work and perspective – but left him missing home.
“I was stupid homesick,” he confides. “I got to a point where I was in these amazing cities like Paris and London, and I just wasn’t enjoying them. I wasn’t taking my camera out as much. I missed my family; I missed my dog.”
Price returned home to the North Carolina beach. He was at a crossroads – happy to be home and ready for a new adventure. With videographers a dime a dozen in cities like New York and L.A., Price wanted to find a place where he could showcase his talent and continue to hone his craft.
He moved to Charlotte in November 2017. He hit the ground running. Price was one of the first to present at Hygge’s Zero Day. As one of the newest members at the time, he put himself out there, introducing his skills to a crowd of new faces in order to to start connecting.
Today, he focuses on corporate videography. His non-traditional, cool style with sleek transitions and motion graphics makes Price’s approach to editing dynamic, engaging, and aesthetically-pleasing. His laidback, California cool vibe is warm and open; you can still tell he’s always working out an idea in his head. He sees something the rest of us don’t see.
And he thrives with wide, open space and the ability to make the work an adventure all its own.
“The most exciting thing for me to hear from a client is, ‘here’s our general concept, now take it and run with it,’” he shares candidly.