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Newsmakers: Nick Sales, the viral video creator with over 100 million views

East Idaho Newsmakers

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In this edition of East Idaho Newsmakers, Nate Eaton talks with Nick Sales. Nick is the founder of Aevium Films and has created dozens of videos that have been viewed over 100 million times online.

Nick has worked with well-known artists and was recently in town shooting a video for the Rexburg Children’s Choir. He has always been fascinated with cameras and got the chance of a lifetime when he was in college by being offered his dream job. His academic advisor actually urged him to drop out of school to take the job.

Since then, Nick has formed his own company and is constantly producing visually stunning videos.

Watch the video above for the entire conversation and view some of Nick’s work here:

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