I was born on January 18th, 2005 at the ripe age of 0. Anything that happened between that moment and October 18th, 2013 isn't interesting enough to mention. On that day, I decided to make my first YouTube channel, herpthederp127. I don't usually like talking about this channel, but I'd be lying if I said it wasn't a pivotal moment in my life. I made two videos and forgot the login. The videos themselves aren't anything special, but the idea behind them showed potential. At the time, I wanted to be a vlogger, back when the genre was popular. I had previously made videos on my mom's phone and a Polaroid MP3 player, and I wanted the world to see what I had to offer. Again, however, this never went anywhere.
In 2016, I started uploading videos on my dad's YouTube channel, Rob Boehm. Unlike herpthederp127, I actually do have access to the account, so all the videos are now unlisted. Tough luck. Anyway, every video on the channel was filmed with my webcam and its built-in software, so no editing was used until I finally got Sony Vegas Pro 13 around 2018. Between then and the rest of the channel's uploads, Vegas was used scarcely. I have no idea why I was using my dad's account to upload videos, but I finally came to my senses and eventually posted my last video on the channel announcing that I would be moving to my own channel.
The first (public) video on my current channel was uploaded on February 17th, 2018, and it's simply titled "this" (the video was renamed a while ago, but I can't remember what the old name was). The video was made mostly as a test after I got Vegas on my laptop. My first few uploads matched this style of quality, with most of them being uploaded as a spur-of-the-moment thing. The first video that I consider to have actual effort put into was Mumkey Jones' Retribution, a video made as a submission to a film festival hosted by Mumkey Jones. It featured our signature acting, some quality editing work, and credits that were long enough to push the video length past the 4:30 submission threshold. Two videos later, I uploaded my most popular video: I Expect You To Die Opening Theme Extended, a simple extention of the main theme of a game I like. I didn't expect the video to become so popular, but I can see why it would. (Fun fact: The lead singer of the song, Bonnie Bogovich, features the video on her VoiceOverPlanet profile.) My next upload, while not being my most popular, is definitely the most important to me.
Revengers: A-Game was the first video in the Marble Studios Cinematic Universe. It featured an all-star cast, good editing, and edge-of-your-seat excitement. I consider it to be a turning point in my life, as it would influence the videos I made for years to come. Videos after that gained a noticeable increase in quality. Fast forward to November of 2020, we find this small YouTube alternative called Tracle.tv. The website is a recreation of the 2012 layout of YouTube. We made an account called Marble Studios Network and started uploading a series titled Equals P. The series gained some popularity, and the high-quality videos set us apart from the other videos on the site at the time. Eventually, we became the most subscribed channel on the platform. Later, we joined iox, a channel where a bunch of people upload their own shows. We started Tom News Network, a series that orginated from an inside joke about a news station where everyone was named Tom.
And that brings us to today: We're still making videos for YouTube and Tracle, with some shows being fully supported, others not so much (see my projects page for a full list). While videos have always been my hobby, I've started focusing my priorities on programming and game development. As you've probably figured out by now, I have a game getting published. Can't wait to add more about that soon. Overall, my life aint half bad. Thanks for reading.