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Rydrea Walker

A Black Deaf Filmmaker from ATL and INDY.

Filmmaking is his passion since he was a young boy after seeing his father use an old camcorder to shoot his family for a reunion event.

First Generation Deaf

in the family of

Walker and Billups.

A deaf native of Fayette, Alabama.

He was born on May 3, 1995, with a bilateral profound hearing loss. His hometown is from Fayette, Alabama, but he stayed in the dorm often during the academic year until graduated on May 27, 2015, at Alabama School for the Deaf in Talladega, Alabama. And, He graduated with an Associate of Applied Science in Design and Imaging Technology at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York; enrolled through the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

His road to Hollywood.

His interests include directing, producing, writing, and editing --- he can do anything like design a flyer, do live streaming and more. He has used Adobe Premiere Pro since he was a young boy. He released his first short movie, titled Bob Movie in 2013, which won third place for the best short movie in the central east regional of Alabama at Jacksonville State University Technology Fair Competition in Jacksonville, Alabama while he was just 17 and still a student at Alabama School for the Deaf. He has completed four short movies are the following Sleeper Chair (2013), Battle of Evil (2014), and Never Forget… (2016).He also made the feature movie titled Battle of Evil: Part Two (2014).

The companies/organizations that Walker has work for my contract as a cinematographer, film director,

video editor, live streaming producer and more... 

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