Lisa Yimm

Lisa Yimm

Camera Operator, Photographer (Still), Stereographer, Colorist, Visual Effects Artist, Compositor, Gaffer/lighting Technician and Grip

Portland, Oregon

Member Since:
September 2014
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About Lisa

Radio. Rock & Roll. Film Lab Technician. Medical Photographer. VFX Artist. Projectionist. AV Technician. Camera Operator. IATSE Local 28 AV/Stage Technician.

All of these things in combination give me a unique perspective on the creation, production, and finishing, of images and media for live events/concerts/film & TV.

Unique traits: My eye for color and light was honed by years working in a color film lab, developing, printing, and retouching by hand.




  • Visible Silence

    Visible Silence (2015)
    Film by Ruth Gumnit (Documentary, News and Romance) Visual effects 'Visible Silence' explores the lives of Thai lesbians striving for recognition, authenticity, and acceptance in a traditional Buddhist society. It is an intimate story of self and family, love and sexuality, and self-determination where conformity is prized.

  • Fantastic

    Fantastic (2015)
    Film (short) by Vincent Gargiulo (Comedy and Music) Visual effects Balloon men, crazed composers, horny history teachers, poets trapped in experimental film cliches, talking donuts, the Hawaiian Wizard of Oz, and OTHER THINGS are set amongst some of the greatest (and rarest) classical pieces of all time in this live-action parody of Disney's 'Fantasia.'

  • Alt+Her

    Alt+Her (2014)
    Film (short) by Gary Ploski (Drama) Sound department Maggie tells a vivid account of the brutal assault of a star runner in her neighborhood, but her counselor requests one more thing: the whole truth.

  • KNFR from 7:00-7:30

    KNFR from 7:00-7:30 (2012)
    Film (short) by Vincent Gargiulo (Comedy) Editorial department The children's variety show, "Wizzy & Friends", along with some vintage commercials & promos.

  • Otter 501

    Otter 501 (2012)
    Film by Bob Talbot (Documentary) Editorial department A storm grows, a sea otter pup is separated from her mother, and a young woman bound for adventure blows in to town. On a wild and windswept beach these lives collide and an entire species' survival gets personal. Through Katie's eyes you will see our playful pup, otter number 501, get an amazing second chance at life in the wild. As the two learn to navigate the opportunities and risks of life without anchor we see the incredible efforts people have undertaken to save sea otters from the brink of existence. Framed against the strikingly beautiful Monterey Bay coastline, the last stronghold of these iconic animals, Katie discovers just how serious this threat remains. Their adventure, unexpected as it was, illustrates what we can do to contribute to the growing movement to protect the southern sea otter...and ourselves. Written by Anonymous

  • Slashed: Tales of Forbidden Lust

    Slashed: Tales of Forbidden Lust (2012)
    Film (short) by Kira Trinity (Action, Comedy and Fantasy) Camera and Electrical Department A small-town Christian girl has taken the low road - she's moved to the city of San Francisco and become a slash fiction writer. Her characters are different than your usual Harry/Draco slash - they're real people from her life, who become unwillingly caught in her fantasies. Or rather, she becomes caught in theirs. Written by Anonymous

  • Baby Snatchers

    Baby Snatchers (2011)
    Film (short) by Michelle Prévost (Action and Sci-Fi) Editorial department An action short about mysterious men with green glowing eyes coming from the future to take our babies! It is a story that blurs the boundaries between good and bad. Is the baby snatcher evil? And how will he fare when he tries to steal the baby of a martial arts champion? Written by Anonymous

  • Ketheron's Bucket-Mending & Hymen Emporium

    Ketheron's Bucket-Mending & Hymen Emporium (2011)
    Film (short) by Anton H. Gill (Comedy, Musical and Western) Editorial department, Visual effects A woman commits a tryst on the eve of her wedding night and in desperation, turns to a lesbian charlatan for hymen help in an over-the-top period musical comedy.

  • Confined

    Confined (2010)
    Film (short) by Tomax Aponte (Horror and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department A woman sits alone in a dark room confined to a chair with nothing but the sound of her voice to comfort her. Alone, until the killer returns.

  • L'accordatore

    L'accordatore (2009)
    Film (short) by Tomax Aponte (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Editorial department, Producer An old piano shop is the setting for this dark tale about a piano tuner and the effect his work has on an unsuspecting public.

  • Showdown of the Godz

    Showdown of the Godz (2008)
    Film (short) by Julien Calderbank (Comedy) Visual effects Jesse is the world's biggest Japanese monster movie freak. Trapped in a stultifying insurance job and a deteriorating marriage, the only bright spot in his life is his obsession with Japanese monster movies, which he shares with his adorable seven-year-old daughter Cassie. Jesse's power attorney wife Mary drags them into counseling, where Jesse reluctantly promises he will forgo Japanese monster movies for one week to focus on his family. But when Jesse sees a rare toy on display at NYC's Monster Sushi, he challenges proprietor Ono to a Japanese monster movie trivia contest. If Jesse wins, he gets the coveted toy. If he loses, he owes Ono $1,000. Ono accepts on one condition: Jesse must face a "representative for Monster Sushi" -- the legendary archivist from Toho Studios Matsuhisa Jin. Jesse goes into geek overdrive prepping for the showdown. But on the eve of the showdown, Mary leaves him. Devastated, Jesse is a no-show at the showdown. But wise Ono has one last surprise up his ... Written by Anonymous

  • The Lost Coast

    The Lost Coast (2008)
    Film by Gabriel Fleming (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department As a group of old high school friends wander through San Francisco on Halloween night, two of them are forced to confront their unspoken sexual history.

  • Witches' Night

    Witches' Night (2007)
    Film by Paul Traynor (Horror) Visual effects Halloween weekend. A jilted groom. A hastily-organized canoe trip. A pristine river. A deep, dark forest. The strange old woman behind the bait shop should've been a warning, but too much beer dulls the senses. When they stumble upon four beautiful women deep in the woods, it all seems too good to be true. And slowly they realize they'll be lucky to escape alive... Witches' Night is a throwback to the horror classics of the 1970's, and features many of the same elements: well-rounded characters, titillating sexual scenarios, an indelible villain, and a plot that builds slowly and inexorably toward an unforgettable conclusion. Written by Michael Lent

  • Fork in Chopsticks

    Fork in Chopsticks (2007)
    Film (short) by Sibte Hassan Editor Let's say you're a pretty, white twentysomething girl. And you hate your day job, waitressing at a Chinese restaurant. Your night job, the one that's suppose to turn you into an actress, is dubbing awful kung-fu movies in English. If that's not bad enough, you end up sleeping with the actor you're doing the dub with, a Japanese guy who turns out to be a loser. So you go home to your Taiwanese roommate, whose main purpose in life is to get sick so you can take care of her. Welcome to the life of Ally Carter, who just might get her final chance at stardom if she can only figure out how to swim along the Yellow Sea. Written by Sung J. Woo

  • Steam

    Steam (2007)
    Film by Kyle Schickner (Drama) Editorial department, Producer Steam tells the stories of three women, linked only by the steam room at the local gym. The women seem "stuck" in life, until eachfinds a new, fulfilling relationship.

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