Jeremi Lam, more commonly known as JLShotThat, is an East Coast videographer who was born in Hollis, Queens, New York. He’s quickly become the go-to cameraman for New York’s Drill scene, and he’s worked with some of the city’s biggest names, including Pop Smoke, Fivio Foreign, and Lil Tjay.
He got his start in the sector with the help of his closest buddy, who purchased him a camera of his choosing, and the two of them worked together to build a team and a customer network. JL had no choice but to make it big and support his family as the youngest brother of three boys and the kid of a single mother. He has always worked hard because he stated that he needed to and that he didn’t know any other option.
“I would describe myself as man of many hats,” JL said. “There’s not much I am not willing to do, or learn in order to get to a job done! I’ve been a carpenter, bartender, audio engineer, recording artist/songwriter and now a video director to say the least. I want to be able to provide for generations to come.”
“Being in the business for so long, I quickly developed a liking for filming music videos “In a recent interview, JL said.
It’s safe to say that his tenacity and never-quit attitude paid off, as he now has a lucrative profession.
“Some advice I would give is probably a cliche to most, but honestly you can never give up!” he advised. “And practice as much as you can on your craft! That will equate to your value! And don’t be too cool to ask questions! Everyone needed help!
JL has worked with some of New York’s finest and brightest artists at this stage in his career, and he has plans to start his own production business, Visionary Vision Studio, as well as produce his first Youtube series, which will premiere shortly.
Make sure to keep up with JLShotThat on social media.
@JLShotThat on Instagram
@JLShotThat on Twitter
JLShotThat on Facebook
Meanwhile, check out JLShotThat’s work on Fivio Foreign’s “JUMPIN” video below.
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