Kramer began recommending him as a drone shooter for other projects, such as G-Eazy's The Endless Summer Tour trailer, around this time last year. "I skipped, like, three classes to go do it," he remembers. He met up with a small production team in the middle of a desert just north of the Wrightwood area in California and produced footage that G-Eazy used during live performances, in addition to the trailer.
Just before shooting with G-Eazy's team, Davis caught another break through Kramer and wound up shooting the wedding video for Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd, a prominent songwriter and producer. "That was the first wedding I ever shot," he says. "Poo Bear's wedding! Which is terrifying. What a powerful, elaborate, extravagant thing. He didn't come back with one revision. He paraded the video around through all of his friends.
"I meet up with him every now and then, and he always introduces me as the person who shot his wedding video. And every person I've met through him has seen the video, and they absolutely love it. If you were to ask him, he basically says I made a music video out of his wedding." The seemingly unglamorous role of wedding videographer proved key to launching Davis into the next phase of his career. He began working more regularly with paying customers -- and Instagram onlookers.