"He's very fortunate that his parents have the means to financially give him this opportunity because, quite frankly, it's very expensive," Paul Schulz said. "But for him to take it and excel at it like he has, he has made his own way and just been so studious and committed to it."
"I was flabbergasted at the production quality of it. It's like something you'd see on the Discovery Channel," said his father, Paul Schulz, who is a local artist. "I don't know what he's going to eventually do (for a living) but he's already coming up with commercial skills."