Bea Albino is excited to see you make it to her section and she says hello through the screen. She specializes in videography and creating videos for any event (weddings, parties, rallies, etc...) but has also been dabbling with photography for 7 years now. She started her own company, Castillo Albino Films (CAF) where she enjoys capturing and telling her client's stories, adventures, and milestones through the film medium. Throughout the past 7 years she has had various opportunities to produce commissioned pieces for those in her community, serve her school through ASB, produce her own indie film, and create a wedding video. Although she loves the process of filming and editing, her pay-off comes from knowing that her clients trusted her enough with their stories to create a very special and personalized memory they can enjoy over and over again.
Aidan Callanan will be an incoming Junior at Peninsula High School in the fall. He is the owner of his very own video production company HDS creative, where he seeks to provide clients with creative ways to share their memories at a reasonable price. He currently employs over 50 students from around the world and has networked with brilliant minds from all over the world. For the past three years, Aidan has been apart of Pen’s student run news channel, Eye of the Panther, and has tons of experience working with high level video technology. Aidan has recently been featured on ABC news and with him being only 16 years old, the sky is the limit for Aidan. He enjoys creating lasting memories for his clients through his unique angles and editing techniques.
Kaylen Ng will be attending Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts in the fall as a Creative Producing major. She was named one of Southbay’s 19 Under 19 for her work in film and technology. Through her company Strike’m Productions, she has had the opportunity to create numerous festival-winning projects for charity events, parties, school functions, and the community. During high school, she served as her school’s Commissioner of Technology and Spirit and gave a TedX talk about editing in filmmaking. Kaylen has worked with companies such as BBC News, Palos Verdes Performing Arts Conservatory, and Ni Hao Chinese. She is also proficient in sound editing and tech work for events. She specializes in documentaries, music videos, advertisements, and event work but is open to all forms of content. Kaylen’s main goal is to help others make their message and moments widespread. She believes that any vision with a strong purpose behind it can be made possible.