Larry Jackson is a freelance cinematographer in his early 20’s who was born, raised and continues to live in West Baltimore. Often referred to as a cinematographer-prodigy by his peers, mentors and colleagues, his first experience with filmmaking was in the 5th grade with the Holistic Life Foundation (HLF), an after school program. There the founders, his only support system at the time, gave Larry a video camera and a safe place to practice filming. Larry later interned at the Mayor’s Office of Cable and Communications during his senior year of high school. Soon after, Dr. Andres Alonso, the former CEO of Baltimore City Public Schools, hired Larry as a paid intern to work as a videographer and editor at the Education Channel. Some of Larry’s recent and current clients include: Governor’s Campaign for Re-election; Democratic Governor’s Association; Ted Talks; Discovery Channel; 12 O’Clock Boys feature documentary; Mario Armstrong CNBC (shown on CNN website); Indiegogo (shown on Huffington Post); Reggie Wells (Oprah’s long time make-up artist); and Raw Honey Films the company producing the Wings Documentary. Larry began filming for the Wings Documentary six years ago when he was studying Filmmaking at the Maryland Institute College of Art MICA). Larry has also taught video skills to young boys and girls in Sonja Sohn’s ReWired for Change, a non-profit located in East Baltimore. Currently, Larry is a mentor with the Holistic Life Foundation, teaching Yoga and Mindfulness to youth, adults and the elderly facing inner city challenges.