Jason Beckwith

Jason Beckwith

Never Static Pictures
Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Compositor, Content Creator, Director, Director of Photography, Filmmaker, Lighting Designer, Motion Graphic Design, Videographer, Visual Effects Artist and Screenwriter

Santa Cruz, California

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November 2015
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About Jason

A veteran of over a decade and a half in digital advertising, Jason Beckwith is the former 'Manager of Video Services' for bay are tech advertising. Portfolio work includes Apple, HP, Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, AMD, Disney, 20th Century Fox, Nike,and others. Now hardly taking andy corporate work, Jason is focusing on cinematography, narrative projects and visual story telling. Jason's work can be seen in several award winning shorts including "Project Arbiter". Further visual story telling skills can be seen in his 4 comic book titles, 'Taking Eden', 'Chronointel', 'The Tool', and 'Anarchy Beyond the Walls'.

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  • Over My Dead Body

    Over My Dead Body (2015)
    Film (short) by Timothy Plain (Comedy, Horror and Romance) Cinematographer When Marie discovers that her blind date is a zombie, she must figure out a way to let him down easy.

  • The Mission

    The Mission (2015)
    Film (short) by Matthew Gratzner (Action and War) Actor The Mission, produced by New Deal Studios and Jaunt, is the first live action cinematic virtual reality experience. The story follows the adventure of a WWII Special Operations (OSS) team that is dropped into a raging battle on the Eastern Front. The team's mission is to deliver "The Case" to a Russian Commander, however their plan is compromised as soon as they hit the ground. Written by New Deal Studios

  • Usagi Yojimbo the Last Request

    Usagi Yojimbo the Last Request (2014)
    Film (short) by Roel Robles (Animation) Camera and Electrical Department The adventures of a samurai rabbit in feudal Japan.

  • Project Arbiter

    Project Arbiter (2013)
    Film (short) by Michael Chance (Action, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Cinematographer, Producer A soldier with a mechanical suit must defeat Nazis before they spread a virus.

  • Home

    Home (2013)
    Film (short) by Jason Lee Pangilinan (Drama, Fantasy and Mystery) Camera and Electrical Department Leo Osman is a man who has become estranged from both his wife and his daughter. All alone, he has lost the will to continue living his daily life, until one day, a mysterious girl with no memory of either her past or her identity stumbles into his life. Together, they form a bond of sorts, especially as it turns out that the girl has supernatural powers of her own. Written by eaguerra

  • Lions Among Men

    Lions Among Men (2011)
    Film (short) by Traci Hays (Action, Adventure, Drama and History) Visual effects After masking her identity as a woman and joining the British Royal Navy in 1808, Victoria finds herself shipwrecked on an unknown island with the Lieutenant who betrayed her, the slave trader seeking to own her, and a West-African captive fighting to free them both. With her life at risk, Victoria must fight to overcome both her captors, and the binding mentality of the 19th Century culture wrought with enslavement and torture. Written by Anonymous

  • Grave Dawn

    Grave Dawn (2010)
    Film (short) by D.J. Turner (Action, Drama and War) Camera and Electrical Department Inspired by the accounts of Erwin Buchholz, 'Grave Dawn' is the story of a young German soldier during the waning months of WWII. Outspoken against the war, Erwin is banished to the Eastern front where he is ordered to stand guard over Russian prisoners. Beautiful Austrian countryside belies the looming threat. With starving prisoners in his charge and the front line closing in, Erwin will confront both his superior officers and his humanity. Written by Anonymous

  • Wake Up! Exploring the Potential of Lucid Dreaming

    Wake Up! Exploring the Potential of Lucid Dreaming (2009)
    Film (short) by Kira Sass (Documentary) Cinematographer What if a place existed beyond the borders of waking and dreaming? Where you are awake and asleep at the same time? This place is not a fantasy. It is called lucid dreaming, the awareness of being in a dream. This half-hour documentary explores the psychological, creative, and spiritual potential of a little known state of mind called lucid dreaming. Lucid dreamers are aware that they are dreaming while remaining asleep. Through this awareness, their mental powers fully awaken, yet they are able to remain in the dream. This dream state is the source of countless scientific, artistic, psychological and spiritual breakthroughs throughout history. This film features a group of lucid dreaming experts who share their insights, research, and experiences with this fascinating dream state. Share the journey of a handful of pioneers who are exploring the wonders and mysteries that dwell at the intersection of dreams and consciousness. Written by Kira Sass and Chris Olsen

  • Sputnik Fever

    Sputnik Fever (2007)
    Film by David Hoffman (Documentary) Animation department The launch of Sputnik 50 years ago almost triggered a nuclear World War III. Global catastrophe was averted, however, because of a private agreement between two ex-generals. Now, with the help of recently released documents from the former Soviet Union, the full story of how close we cam to global nuclear war can be told for the first time. Written by Anonymous

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