I first became interested in film/video production back in 2004 as a high school student. Now, it is a passion of mine and I love working in the lighting department.
I own my own light kit. It's nothing fancy but it gets the job done. A 1k fresnel, some redheads, and two 4bank fluorescents, as well some of the necessary light modification and grip gear.
I freelance as a gaffer, but currently I'm working full time as an integrated systems technician. Installing and servicing home security systems is a large percent of my daily work.
I am thinking about joining I.A.T.S.E. and I hope to break into the industry in the lighting department. It would be amazing to work in motion pictures (I just hope filmmaking never ends up being "just a job").
I attended UW-Milwaukee and received a B.F.A. in Film/Video/New Genres. The education was great and I wish I hadn't taken all the opportunities I had for granted. I suppose I would say the student loan debt was worth the experience.
I've produced/directed a few of my own short films and I hope to continue progressing in that area. I've worked on projects of all sizes and genres, from indie features to non-profit testimonials to infomercials and more.
I'm always looking for opportunities to grow in my experience and build new skill sets.
The Cardinal Rule
Film (Action and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department Three years ago, Olivia Bradley, 42, a high profile attorney, prosecutes a well-known and respected businessman for the rape and murder of a teenage girl. His conviction leads to increase popularity for Olivia, and to her promotion to District Attorney. Her dream of becoming D.A. of the city of Atlanta is now a reality, but her celebration is not longed lived. Written by Chaun Pinkston
Film (Short, Comedy, Drama and Thriller) Director An innocent misunderstanding leads to a kidnapping. A young girl keeps a middle-eastern man hostage until her father comes home.
Film (Short and Comedy) Director Every shot is a pan full of broken eggs.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee