Michael Zomber is a historian, writer and filmmaker who specializes in antique arms from the American Civil War and Japanese samurai era. He is also an active philanthropist who participates in organizations that promote peace. Over a span of four decades Michael has collected a number of antique arms and swords and studied them. With his knowledge he has spoken about his findings to a number of major media sources such as the History Channel. As well as being a collector of antique arms, he has also written a number of stories about the samurai era. Michael even made a film about one of his stories though his film company Renascent Films LLC.
During a span of forty years, Michael has collected a number of weapons such as antique guns from the American Civil War era. He would study these guns and learn more about them in terms of how they were built, how they work and their impact on the number of armed conflicts they were used in. By acquiring this knowledge he would then educate others by appearing on television. While he is very fond of antique arms he is also an avid collector of samurai swords. By studying samurai swords he has been able to use his knowledge to participate in storytelling. As a result he has gone on to complete a number of projects based on his interest in Japanese samurai swords
As well as studying weapons, Michael has written a number of stories. These stories are mainly about the samurai era in the form of screenplays and novels. In this screenplays Michael has devised a number of intriguing stories that depict the culture and armed conflicts of the samurai era. They are also depicted in a number of his novels as well. In the novels they are more detailed and provide more insight into this unique time period in world history. The stories that Michael has written would eventually be made into a documentary film. With this project Michael gives people a visual representation of what the samurai era was like in terms of armed conflict and culture.