GRIFFIN HAMMOND ON FAILURE AS A BADGE OF HONOR

Griffin Hammond is a documentary filmmaker in New York City, known for producing DIY filmmaking tutorials for indie filmmakers, and his award-winning documentary Sriracha. Not bad for a film student that dropped out of film school, explored new paths, and wound up back in NYC rocking his widely renowned film career. Griffin's stories remind me of the term "failing forward" and using what you learn along the way as stepping stones. You'll definitely have fun watching this interview. Griffin seems to know exactly how to put a positive swing in everything he does.  To learn more about Griffin Hammond go to GriffinHammond.com and visit his FacebookTwitter, Instagram, YouTube and Vimeo.

 
 
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