You probably have seen Sam in some Blockbuster Films such as Venom or Alita Battle Angel. He has been in the industry for more than 15 years, making the mission impossible for Mark Wahlberg in Mile 22. Sam is the next generation of OJT (on-the-job-training) film director. Sam was born in Ho Chi Minh City from a Vietnamese mother and a Honduran/Polynesian father. For a long time, Sam has been in the music industry, producing Rap & RnB music. But after hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, fate and fortune showed him another path. His charisma and ambiguous look led him into the film industry. The face of the bad guy, he started to realize this was destined to be his future. Sam does films for the beauty of it. The Art of Acting, the Cinematic Experience, The Beauty of Visuals, The Story, The Venture; Eventually, holding The Trophy. There are fantastic film schools around the world, but everyone knows that OJT is the best school of life. We all realize that we do learn important information at school but when we put them in action at work, it is a complete different process. The human resource factor, the finance factor, the technical factor, the unexpected factor, the negotiation, the flexibility…. Well, you got it! “Every time I was on set, instead of going back to my trailer, I was studying. Connecting with amazing crew, in every single department”. “During more than 15 years, I have learned with those individuals that I am so grateful for! I’ve worked with legendary Directors: Oliver Stone, Robert Rodriguez, James Cameron, Antoine Fuqua, Martin Campbell, Edward Zwick, Peter Berg, directing me, advising me. I put in practice this knowledge. In addition, with all researches and hours of learning in manuals and books like a puzzle, I took the best pieces and I created my own style”. Sam started to direct & write some times ago slowly, not to rush the process. He proves that he can accomplish the near impossibilities, working on his own venture. Ambassador of diversity, Sam empowers female leads. Innovative and resourceful, He shows and achieves the unexpected in a motion picture.