Tyler May Death – Tyler May the Creator Relations Coordinator at Patreon and the Former Referee at U.S. Soccer Referee Program has passed away. He lived in Atlanta, Georgia before his demise. Not much information has been given about the cause of his death.
SNBC13.com reporting – He worked at Tyler May Media before his demise. He was a videographer and photographer who created a relaxed setting for recording special moments. He used a more classic method of photography and filmmaking since photographs convey the mood of the situations they record. He was a digital storyteller who shared the stories of individuals around him, especially those whose voices might ordinarily go unheard, in order to showcase beauty and foster empathy.
Patreon is a membership platform that provides business tools for content creators to run a subscription service. It helps creators and artists earn a monthly income by providing rewards and perks to their subscribers. Patreon charges a commission of 9 to 12 percent of creators’ monthly income, in addition to payment processing fees. It is used by YouTube videographers, webcomic artists, writers, podcasters, musicians, adult content creators, and other categories of creators who post regularly online. It allows artists to receive funding directly from their fans, or patrons, on a recurring basis or per work of art. The company is based in San Francisco.
Tyler was all about composition and art, and he was always trying to be more creative while having fun. Throughout the shoots, he was always humorous and upbeat. He captured important, beautiful, and expertly composed images and movies for weddings, bands, and family gatherings. Former clients include Patreon, Rose Design, Advantage Home Tours, 321 Growth Academy, To Write Love On Her Arms, Liberty in North Korea, This Star Won’t Go Out, Life Light, Gangstagrass, Judah And The Lion, Cyrus Youngman And The Kingfishers, Tyson Motsenbocker, and Motherfolk. He always enjoyed collaborating with bands and artists to film and capture live performances, as well as real estate photography and video, product and design photoshoots, weddings, engagements, and other types of portrait sessions.
He was such a funny and thoughtful guy and truly one of a kind. He would be missed dearly.
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