I came to Pali in the summer 2016, months after graduating from university. I applied to summer camp after learning there was a film program. After being hired, I took a rode trip from Chicago to California, with future Pali-coworkers where I began my new experience at Pali. I had the opportunity to teach young minds about a subject that is close to my heart, film. As well as mentor and help in so many other ways. It was the most significant summer of my life so far.
I first found out about Pali a couple of months after graduating from university with a Cinematography degree. I found that Pali offered a excellent film program and I was immediately interested.
What I’m most excited about #PaliCamp18 is experiencing camp once again with knowledge that I gained in the past. I am excited to see what changes are being made at camp as well as the old traditions that are being kept. I’m also excited too see some old faces and definitely some new ones.
What I love most about Pali is the openness and acceptance of everything from all walks of life and the tradition of friendship. Before starting camp, I had never experienced such an amazing atmosphere of community and tradition like the one at Pali Adventures.
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