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Brandon Fraley

Brandon Fraley

Camera Operator, Director of Photography, First Assistant Camera and Second Assistant Camera

Stafford, Virginia

Member Since:
September 2015
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About Brandon

Born in Central California, Brandon Fraley began making movies with the family video camera as a small child, making many short film through high school, and eventually having his work selected and screen in film festivals around the country and internationally. Fraley soon moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where he began working in commercials and corporate cinematography, for clients such as Visa, McAfee, and AutoZone. In addition to short films and commercials, Fraley has operated camera on many music videos and directed the photography of several feature films. In 2015 he moved to the East Coast and currently serves the Washington DC/Virginia area.



  • One Planet

    One Planet (2016)
    Film by Bambi Blitz (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department One Planet will assist in solving issues including Global Warming, Climate Change, Ocean and Air Pollution, Species Extinction, Animal Cruelty and Abuse, Water Shortages,Homelessness and Poverty. One Planet includes World Thought Leaders, Scientists, Activists and Corporate Leaders doing good things for the planet. The film will be part of the solution bringing the aforementioned leaders to work together on a global level. Written by One Planet Staff

  • War Path

    War Path (2015)
    Film by Casey de Fremery (Crime) Camera and Electrical Department

  • For Here or to Go?

    For Here or to Go? (2015)
    Film by Rucha Humnabadkar (Comedy and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department An aspiring Indian tech entrepreneur in the Silicon Valley finds himself unexpectedly battling the bizarre American immigration system to keep his dream alive or prepare to return home forever.

  • The Mendoza Line

    The Mendoza Line (2014)
    Film by Nathan Kaufman (Drama and Sport) Cinematographer Clawing your way up the ranks of the minor leagues to The Show is the most difficult trial by fire in professional sports. Less than ten percent of every wide-eyed hopeful who signs a contract makes it. Ricardo Perez is 22 years old, stuck in his fourth year in A-Ball, a marriage on the edge and a fake social security card. Written by Nathan Kaufman

  • The Right Regrets

    The Right Regrets (2013)
    Film (short) by Ralph Senensky (Drama and Romance) Cinematographer, Editor The Right Regrets depicts a bittersweet and poignant long distance romance between twice-divorced American woman, Lily McHenry and charismatic and never-before-married Englishman, Charles Wickham. But suspicions soon arise when during a visit to Lily's home in Monterey, California, Charles never talks of Lily visiting him in Vancouver. Whenever she hints he changes the subject. And therein lies the rub; if he's not married, not gay or bi then what is he? Who is he? Ill, perhaps. Or dying, even. Maybe a hoarder. Or just another lying jerk. Gripped by love and aching curiosity, Lily and her friend, Vera, devise a plan that sends Lily on a life-changing adventure. Lily makes a self-discovery as she courageously uncovers Charles's secret. Written by Anonymous

  • Second Street

    Second Street (2013)
    Film (short) by Dillon Wall (Drama) Cinematographer

  • The Boost

    The Boost (2012)
    Film (short) by Kumar Vellal (Crime and Thriller) Cinematographer, Camera and Electrical Department To boost his self-esteem an accountant hires Bonnie and Clyde LLP to help him carry out a despicable act. But the act fails to revive the accountant's spirits. And then things really go wrong.

  • The Girl and the Graduate

    The Girl and the Graduate (2012)
    Film (short) by George Retelas (Drama) Cinematographer During commencement, Lilly Taylor looks back on her childhood, before moving forward into adulthood.

  • Hercules Saves Christmas

    Hercules Saves Christmas (2012)
    Film by Edward Hightower (Family) Cinematographer HERCULES SAVES CHRISTMAS takes us on a magical, fun-filled and touching journey. Max, an adorable yet mischievous twelve year old boy meets a talking dog named Hercules who takes him to the North Pole to meet Santa and argue his way onto the "nice list." Written by Anonymous

  • Release Me

    Release Me (2012)
    Film (short) by Ryan Wood (Adventure, Fantasy and Music) Camera and Electrical Department What happens when the world a child creates won't let them go?

  • The Black Hearts

    The Black Hearts (2011)
    Film (short) by Casey de Fremery (Comedy, Crime and Thriller) Cinematographer A group of misfits, dubbed 'The Black Hearts' make their living as an infamous bank robbing crew who terrorize the Bay Area. Not content with simply making the money, they branch out and start up a series of social media websites to publicize their group through the Internet. Utilizing youtube, facebook, and twitter, among others, they strive for ultimate fame. However, they learn the hard way that fame and a living don't make for good bedfellows... Written by Anonymous

  • Bandito

    Bandito (2011)
    Film (short) by Ryan Wood (Drama, Romance and Western) Camera and Electrical Department What is your breaking point?

  • Seeker & Fetch

    Seeker & Fetch (2011)
    Film by John Rhode (Family) Camera and Electrical Department When Ana's love for animals leads her to turn her home into a shelter for lost pets, her neighbors report her to the authorities. Her beloved Seeker, an Australian Shepherd, and Fetch, a nearly blind pot-bellied pig, must come up with a plan to save the day Written by Anonymous

  • Diligo Victum

    Diligo Victum (2010)
    Film (short) by Dick Jane (Drama) Cinematographer, Editor, Editorial department

  • The Duty of Living

    The Duty of Living (2010)
    Film (short) by Brandon Hunt (Drama and Horror) Cinematographer About a young soldier's return home after defending the nation from the zombie apocalypse.

  • To Kill a Demon

    To Kill a Demon (2010)
    Film (short) by Bari Boswell (Crime, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director In the rural town of Picton, California, Catholic Priest Father Leary is found shot to death in his office. As Sheriff Wills and his team unravel the mystery of Picton's first murder in fifteen years, the sheriff finds himself and his family sucked into the vortex of a heinous crime that only the prince of darkness himself could have devised. Written by Anonymous

  • Revolver

    Revolver (2007)
    Film (short) by Brandon Fraley (Adventure, Drama and Western) Cinematographer, Editor, Director, Writer Isolated and surrounded by a desolate and forbidding landscape, the abandoned mill town should have been perfect. The plan was so simple. Afterward, he'd meet them here, divide up the loot, and they'd go their separate ways. But when they got there, things got complicated. There is no such thing as easy money. And it turns out the west is still wild. Written by Brandon Fraley

  • Positively 4th Street

    Positively 4th Street (2007)
    Film (short) by Shauna McClure (Crime and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department, Editor Positively 4th Street starts out as a bountiful heist, then catapults four friends into becoming greedy, merciless, executioners while the case of cash exchanges hands. Hard Ass is the boss of the group, he has a love for the finer things in life and equally the poetic phrases of Bob Dylan. The Girl is Hard Ass's two-timing girlfriend. Tank is the third corner of the love triangle and Hard Ass's right hand man. Sonny is the sloppy, screw-up who nearly costs the ensemble the entire heist. Who will end up the last man standing? Written by McClure, Shauna

  • Til Undeath Do Us Part

    Til Undeath Do Us Part (2006)
    Film (short) by Brandon Fraley Cinematographer, Editor, Director, Writer When they married, he promised to love and cherish his wife, in sickness and in health, 'til death do they part. He was a man of his word. This film explores a husband's devotion following a citywide attack by zombies, which leaves his wife a changed woman. Written by Brandon Fraley

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