Ben Fama Jr. is a highly accomplished filmmaker, recognized for his exceptional contributions to the industry through his award-winning works such as "Reasons To Believe" and "A Virus Called Fear." In addition to his filmmaking prowess, he serves as a prominent freelance news videographer for IHCT News, delivering impactful visuals that resonate with audiences.
With an extensive background spanning over 15 years, Ben has established himself as a reputable figure within the media landscape. Having pursued his film education in Arizona, he relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he strategically honed his craft as a filmmaker and music producer. Throughout his career, he has successfully undertaken a diverse range of projects, including captivating short films, mesmerizing music videos, and compelling documentaries.
Ben's exceptional talents have earned him recognition on prestigious platforms, with his films being prominently showcased at renowned festivals and televised events. Leveraging his keen eye and storytelling expertise, he excels as a freelance news videographer for major media outlets, capturing immersive footage and narrating powerful stories.
Currently, Ben collaborates with esteemed entities such as the Law and Crime cable network, local Las Vegas television station KVVU Fox 5, and is an esteemed member of the pro-division of the Stringr company. Continually striving for excellence, he remains at the forefront of the industry, constantly seeking fresh opportunities to showcase his remarkable body of work.