Free the People's Mike Feuz, Logan Albright, and Sam Martin talk about California's authoritarian response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sam Martin is the Creative Director at Free the People. He is a videographer, video editor, actor, director, and filmmaker from the San Francisco Bay Area. Most recently, Sam produced video content for FreedomWorks, including educational videos, campaign ads, and documentary material on a variety of liberty-related issues. He also creates, produces, and stars in a web series called “Liberty Beats,“ spoken word poetry on various liberty-related issues affecting the Millennial Generation.
Sam is the co-founder and Creative Director of Principled Productions and has produced everything from campaign ads for presidential candidate Rand Paul to documentaries, music videos, short films, and congressional interviews. He received his B.A. in Theatre Arts from Westmont College, trained at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center, and earned his two-year conservatory degree from Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio in Los Angeles, California.
Sam is passionate about using the artistic mediums of film and entertainment to spread the ideas of liberty in fresh and innovative ways. He is an enthusiastic advocate for the Millennial generation and has spoken on panels for FreedomWorks and Young Americans for Liberty (YAL). Sam is one of “The FEE 100“’s distinguished alumni.
Critical theory has been called the “diversity, inclusion, and equity industry,” which is a coordinated campaign to infuse Marxist ideas into our lives.