From a very early age Anson Fogel realized he had a passion for film. He was a creative kid, living in rural areas of the Rocky Mountains, and sometimes sought refuge in movies and art. He loved creating things and soon found himself trying to make short videos with his friends in Middle School. Although that love never went away, Fogel pursued business and engineering for a while and ended up heading a successful company. It was not until the money started coming in that he realized that it wasn't just "success" that he was chasing after all and he returned to his original love of filmmaking. He slowly worked his way through the ranks on commercial film sets, from AC to DP to his current role as a Director. After winning the grand prize at the Banff Film Festival in 2011, he began to meet a lot of people in the outdoor/adventure community and would soon end up partnering with some of them in the formation of Camp 4 Collective. With his expertise in making TV commercials and his love of narrative story telling, Fogel began creating a look and feel that is very unique and quickly started working with an elite roster of clients. He has some opinions on why he thinks he was able to create a career for himself in such a competitive industry and he shares that with our listeners on this episode of the podcast. So sit back and enjoy our conversation.......
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