Hi there friend. First off, thanks for checking out my shit. There's a lot of things on the internet and making your way here is a one in a bajillion chance. So welcome. Here's a little bit about me. My official title is Senior Editor at a young company called Kertis Creative, in good ole Louisville, Kentucky. Never been? I'd recommend you check out the bourbon, with a couple of rocks.
As a Sr. Editor, I have a bit of management and organization but I mostly edit videos but still make it out in the field to shoot. Those videos range from local non-profits, Louisville's art institutions and General Electric. At Kertis Creative, we approach storytelling in a documentary sense and collobrate as a team. Did I mention I studied at Western Kentucky University and left with a degree in photojournalism? I don't claim to be a journalist but I still practice the journalism ethics I was taught, for I feel that is an authentic way of storytelling. So for forty something hours a week I get to listen to peoples stories and make great videos to represent said stories. I'm pretty stoked to be doing what I do.
Wanna work together? Let's start a conversation and see where that takes us, eh?
Justin@kertiscreative.com || 615.512.6119
Justin Philalack is a graduate from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts in photojournalism, with a minor in sociology. During his time at WKU he has interned as a videographer for Interlochen Camp of the Arts, Teach For America, Talking Eyes Media and a photography intern for Out & About Newspaper in his hometown of Nashville, Tenn. He is currently the videographer and production intern for Kertis Creative, a multimedia production company in Louisville, Ky. Justin's work has been recognized by The Kentucky News Photographer Association, The WKU Film Festival and the New York Times. When not pressing record Justin is training to become the Next Iron Chef... maybe one day. He is currently based in Kentucky.