I am a Colorist and Editor in the Charlotte area and came across you company and wanted to inquire about freelancing on some of your projects. I have worked on Documentaries, Episodic Television, Commercials, Short Form features, and Corporate projects for a variety of clients. I have been awarded four Emmy's over the past several years receiving the first in 2006 and the most recent in 2011.
Over the last eight years I have worked on several ESPN’s “30 for 30’s" ESPN "SEC Storied’s”and have recently worked on a couple of hunting shows for the Outdoor Network. I have worked on several commercials including a campaign spot for the Democratic National Convention in 2012 and several Doritos ads for the Crash the Superbowl campaign. I have a great deal of production and post production experience. I also have my own studio with DaVinci Resolve and Adobe creative suite, but always happy to travel to you.
Name: Chris Rohlfs
Lives in: Charlotte, North Carolina
Company: A&M Post
Occupation: Colorist, Editor and Post-Production Supervisor
Unique traits: DaVinci Colorist, Editor for Quick Turn around projects, Long Form content.
Television by Jim Jorden Productions (Documentary, Sport and Reality-TV) Editor NFL style recap of an SEC game of the week with slo-motion photography.
Television by NBCSN (Sport and Talk-Show) Colorist Daily NASCAR topic show utilizing host and features that I Color Corrected.
Craig Morgan All Access Outdoors
Television by Outdoor Channel (Reality-TV) Story Editor Hunting series about country artist Craig Morgan's passion for hunting.
Kurt Busch: 36
TV Movie by Brad Lockhart (Documentary) Editorial department
Film (short) by James Ford-Hutchinson (Drama) Editor
Nfinity Champions League Cheerleading Event
Film by Mark Robert Ellis (Sport) Editor The Nfinity Champions League is a group of 30 teams that represent the best of the best in competitive cheerleading. These teams were chosen based on their established records of excellence, then invited to compete and decide once and for all, who among them is the ultimate champion. This film centers around that competition, held in Atlanta on April 5th. Blending documentary and amazing cheerleading performance footage, the Nfinity Champions League Cheerleading Event finally invites the world to truly see this often misunderstood sport. It shows the audience the love, dedication, sacrifice, and raw talent of all involved in this singular industry. Written by Anonymous
Television (Sport) Editorial department Go behind-the-scenes with racing's hottest, young talent, 18-year-old Dylan Kwasniewski, as he aspires to make it in the #1 motorsport in America - NASCAR. Despite being only 18 years old, Dylan Kwasniewski is already a force to be reckoned with in the NASCAR world. After becoming the youngest driver to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Championship in 2012, Dylan moved on to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and currently pilots the No. 98 Royal Purple/Rockstar Energy Chevrolet for Turner Scott Motorsports. After winning the season opening race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Kwasniewski currently leads the 2013 championship point standings. Written by Vuguru
Film by Rory Karpf (Documentary) Editorial department The story of Olympic Track & Field Hurdler Lolo Jones, who overcame a tumultuous childhood and became a pop culture icon.
40 Minutes of Hell
TV Movie by Kenan Harris-Holley (Sport) Editorial department
Inside Michael Waltrip Racing: A Championship Quest
TV Movie by Terrell Riley (Sport) Editor
Wendell Scott: A Race Story
TV Movie by Rory Karpf (Drama) Editorial department The story of Wendell Scott, the first and only African-American to ever win a NASCAR Cup race.
TV Movie by Mike Viney (Documentary) Editorial department A biography of NASCAR racing legend Richard Petty, with featuring interviews with Petty and his fellow race-car drivers and footage from his past races.
Quest for the NASCAR Sprint Cup
Television (Sport) Editor
Racing to America
Television (Documentary and Sport) Editor
NASCAR: The Ride of Their Lives
TV Movie by Rory Karpf (Documentary and Sport) Editorial department
Television (Sport) Editor
California State University: Northridge (Northridge, CA)