doing the impossible
Lee Giat began filmmaking at the age of seven and has become an internationally-acclaimed videographer ever since. He produced a Russian TV show in 2016, holds over 10 national awards, and even had two short films screened at Festival De Cannes.
Along with continuing his videography career, Giat entered the world of science at the age of 14, when he began volunteering at the Fox Observatory in South Florida. It was there that he received his NASA Night Sky Astronomy certification, and led him to his position as an astronomy presenter at the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium from 2017-2019.
Now a pilot, student astronaut, and science communicator, Giat molded all of his passions to create YouTube videos and documentary films that adventurously explore modern space and science. He is currently pursuing the construction of a "Creative Mission Control" Facility that will ultimately aid Flying Ostrich astronauts in producing the first major motion picture in space.