Much thanks to my mentor and the RRF crew for getting my foot in the door and making this happen.
“The first day in the studio was really good. It was kind of an ice breaker session between my mentor and I. I didn’t want to leave the studio by the end of the session. I’m excited for the sessions to come and learning the equipment. The basics and textbook were a little dry but once I got in the studio with the reference points, and being able to relate it was invigorating. I’m excited for this experience in the making but more so the hopeful career to come out of it. Much thanks to my mentor and the RRF crew for getting my foot in the door and making this happen.”
Brandyn Rowley, Rapid City, South Dakota