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About Ryan

Film and Fitness Chad raises eyebrow because, you know, The Rock

Movies can show you things and elicit emotions you'd never experience in your day-to-day life. When I learned I could be a part of that process I never looked back.

Faith, family, film, fitness in that order. Those are the things I love and how I try to prioritize my life. Like everything it's simple but requires hard work.

Starting in 2019, Ryan decided to take control of his fitness and begin strength training. Click to read more about my journey.

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Ryan is an award-winning director/writer/producer specializing in unique storytelling and awesome creative development with a critical visual eye. His commercial work has helped businesses reach audiences in new and lasting ways.

Host & Emcee


He emcees for several non-profit galas and has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars with his quick wit and willing smile. He also hosts a weekly fitness game show on twitch with fitness streamers.

Fitness Enthusiast


He is also a fitness fanatic and over the last four years has transformed his habits and his physique. From dad bod to dad beast, he now shares his journey and what he's learned along the way in hopes to help other busy people get and stay healthy.

Words to live by

If you're early, you're on time. If you're on time, you're behind schedule. If you're late, you're fired.

Vincent Laforet Director & Aerial Cinematographer

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Director & Fitness Fanatic
Director & Fitness Fanatic

Do Good Be


A motto created from dropping my kids off at school in the morning. This came out of ruminating about how best to encourage the children for the day. In college I was struck by the adage: "Superman does 'good', you are doing 'well'", and thus 'Do Good, Be Great' was born. The idea that they should be kind, help others, and be awesome.

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It's Simple but requires hard work

Being in my late thirties, I feel like I've learned a few things. Mostly I realize how much room I have to grow. I've learned in my marriage, job, and hobbies that most things are simple but just require hard work. Whether it's being a better father, husband, Christian, filmmaker, or in fitness. The answer is simple but not necessarily easy. With gumption, the will to keep going, and actually putting in the hard work, I think we can accomplish amazing things.