Arnold spent his childhood in "The Biggest Little City in the World", otherwise known as Reno, Nevada. Reno used to be a small town offering its youth only a few entertainment options: smoky bowling alleys, cow-tipping, and 99 cent midnight buffets. Arnold shunned livestock harassment, instead turning to video production as a creative outlet.
Maturing from his early work involving stop-motion animation G.I. Joe's set to Rage Against the Machine, Arnold pursued capturing meaningful video moments such as weddings, children's birthday parties and occasions, and documentaries. Among his cinematic heroes are Quentin Tarantino and the Cohen brothers in Hollywood and Travis Shields of Shields Films in Portland, OR.
When Arnold isn't filming Kirkland residents jumping into Lake Washington, he spends most of his time optimizing websites and providing Internet marketing services to clients through his business Polestar Northwest. He lives with his wife and three children in the Rosehill neighborhood of Kirkland.
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