Jack-of-all-trades filmmaker who directs, writes, edits, produces, and works as a visual effects artist, cinematographer, and recording artist. He works in advertising and entertainment, specializing in music videos, commercials, and short films.
His career as a music video director began in 2010 when he was only 16 years old. Prior to that, he worked as a cleaner for Liberty Frozen Custard in Minneapolis.
He was called a "filmmaking prodigy" by Huffington Post blogger/journalist Michael Rosenblum on an article on the New York Video School website titled "Ben Hughes - The Shape of Things to Come".
He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and raised by a family of artists. His father is an extremely skilled musician who plays guitar, and piano. His mother draws, paints, and knits.
He directed, shot, and edited four music videos for world famous rapper Chief Keef of Interscope Records. He has also worked with famous artists such as Riff Raff, Soulja Boy, Twista, Waka Flocka, and Auburn of Minnesota.