Matt D’Avella Net Worth 2020, Bio, Education, Career, and Achievement.
Matt D’Avella is a popular YouTube channel created by a filmmaker from the United States known as Matt.
He is also a director and is known for his hit documentary on Netflix called Minimalism which was released in 2014.
He has also hosted a podcast called The Ground Up Show. He spends every week exploring minimalism, creativity, and what it means to live a meaningful life.
Matt was born on December 15, 1987, and grew up in New Jersey, USA.
His star sign is Sagittarius.
As of 2019, D’Avella is romantically involved with a food blogger and traveller named Natalie Pidding who operates her own blog called Yum Yum Pork Bun.
Natalie’s blog is dedicated to highlighting different dishes she prepares and tries out at different restaurants and locations. She also promotes her work on Instagram, taking several pictures of her travelling adventures and new food that she tries out.
Matt completed his Bachelor’s degree in 2010. When he graduated, he owed $97,000 in student loans.
He then decided it would be a good idea to buy himself a new car, but it turned out to be detrimental to his finances as he was left with an even bigger debt of more than $100,000!
After graduating from university, Matt ended up back at his parents’ house in New Jersey, in their basement, as he was burdened with a lot of debt. He started pursuing a career as a professional filmmaker but struggled financially.
Over the years, Matt read several books on self-help and learned a lot about how to live life as a minimalist, something that later helped him launch the successful life of his career.
In a space of 5 years, he turned his life around & was able to repay his student and car loans.
In 2014, he set out to write, direct, produce and edit his very own full-length documentary called Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things. The documentary premiered on Netflix in 2014 and trended on the iTunes list of Top 10 Documentaries.
In 2015, he worked as a cinematographer on another documentary titled, ‘Design Disruptors’ and he eventually started his own website dedicated to showing off his film work.
He released a 6 part series on his website Making Minimalism, which showed the behind the scenes journey of the entire production of his documentary. The series was available free of charge.
Matt has also worked as a Commercial Director and his productions have been viewed all over the world through platforms like Netflix.
His works have been featured in popular theatres such as San Francisco’s Castro Theatre and the Palladium in London, UK.
In his documentary, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things, he featured ABC News anchor and correspondent, Dan Harris and fellow filmmaker, Joshua Fields Millburn.
Besides his work on films, Matt is also the host of his own podcast, ‘The Ground Up Show.’
Net Worth and Achievement 2020
Matt D’Avella is a filmmaker, YouTuber, and podcaster. He is also a minimalist. He shot a documentary movie about minimalism for Netflix in 2015.
He directed his second documentary called Design Disruptors with film editor Jennifer Fineran.
He had $97,000 in student loan debt when D’Avella graduated from college, but that didn’t stop him from buying a new car. Matt D’Avella listened to almost all Tony Robbins‘s tapes to find his way.
Born on December 15, 1987 in New Jersey, United States. Matt D’Avella’s net worth is estimated at 350 thousand dollars.