Dylan Bergstrom started his career in LA editing interviews for a YouTube channel called SkeeTV. Through a chance meeting with Mark Cuban, that channel got picked up to be a television show called SKEELIVE and suddenly he was editing for broadcast television. Then, by luck and by pluck he began to direct all of the content being distributed on the SKEETV platform. His boyish charm and interminable wit... Honestly, I always wondered why people write these things in the 3rd person. If you actually spoke like this people would think you're insane. It's so weird and literally everyone does it. I suppose it does make you sound bigger; more accomplished maybe. Like maybe you have "people" to write your bio's for you. Like - [Insert Boston Accent] "AYE Tony! Have your people cawll my people and lets get these bio's written! I got fawty more units goin' out on Toosdee and they've all gotta sound wicked smaht!" I digress, I know you're not trying to spend all day here. I do mostly music videos now for many of the artists I've met along the way while working at SkeeTV. Also, I'm from Connecticut so I'm allowed to make fun of Bostonians. And if you're still reading this - that's amazing. Congrats! No one reads this much on the internet. If you ever meet me and tell me I read your whole bio, I will literally buy you an elotes from Rafael, the guy who sells corn on a stick outside my house!     TL;DR - Please don't read this. It's getting expensive.

Dylan Bergstrom started his career in LA editing interviews for a YouTube channel called SkeeTV. Through a chance meeting with Mark Cuban, that channel got picked up to be a television show called SKEELIVE and suddenly he was editing for broadcast television. Then, by luck and by pluck he began to direct all of the content being distributed on the SKEETV platform. His boyish charm and interminable wit... Honestly, I always wondered why people write these things in the 3rd person. If you actually spoke like this people would think you're insane. It's so weird and literally everyone does it. I suppose it does make you sound bigger; more accomplished maybe. Like maybe you have "people" to write your bio's for you. Like - [Insert Boston Accent] "AYE Tony! Have your people cawll my people and lets get these bio's written! I got fawty more units goin' out on Toosdee and they've all gotta sound wicked smaht!" I digress, I know you're not trying to spend all day here. I do mostly music videos now for many of the artists I've met along the way while working at SkeeTV. Also, I'm from Connecticut so I'm allowed to make fun of Bostonians. And if you're still reading this - that's amazing. Congrats! No one reads this much on the internet. If you ever meet me and tell me I read your whole bio, I will literally buy you an elotes from Rafael, the guy who sells corn on a stick outside my house!

 

TL;DR - Please don't read this. It's getting expensive.