Cinematographer based out of Chicago, IL. Portfolio includes national tv commercials, music videos, and independent narratives. Deeply fascinated in experimental applications of video content.
Name: O'Connor Hartnett
Lives in: Chicago, Illinois
Occupation: Cinematographer, Director of Photography and Videographer
Commercial by BBDO / Daniel Ryan Cinematographer National TV Commercial. Aired in English and Spanish.
"Ocean Picture" Big Noble
Video by Adorable / Daniel Ryan Cinematographer
Film (short) by Michael Tacca (Drama) Camera Operator San Aung, a refugee from Burma, adjusts to life in America after spending years in a refugee camp in Southeast Asia. Despite a bleak and traumatic past, San Aung struggles to define his place in the chaotic western world, and dreams of the day when he and his family can truly call this free country home. Written by Anonymous
No Good Deed
Film (short) by Jessica Blaize Hendricks (Drama and Family) Cinematographer The obstacles facing a teenage girl, her diabetic brother, and their distant parents as they struggle to unite during America's current recession.
The Science of Death
Film (short) by Daniel Bury Cinematographer At death, the neurons in the brain randomly misfire, resulting in memory flashbacks, visions of light at the end of the tunnel, and out of body experiences. But are these hallucinations just symptoms of the brain shutting down? Professor Martin Thomas has studied this phenomenon for his entire life, and he is about to find out. Written by Daniel Bury
The Black Keys: Howlin' for You
Film (short) by Chris Marrs Piliero (Action and Music) Camera and Electrical Department A music video for the song "Howlin for you" by the Black Keys.
Film (short) by Patrick Dawn (Drama) Cinematographer William, a happily married middle aged man, attends a former lover's wake where he struggles to validate his decisions in life.
Film (short) by Eric Day (Sci-Fi) Cinematographer Jeremiah works for a company that sells genetically engineered human servants to the upper class of society. When the human product, or unnatural, deviates from designated behavior, Jeremiah is called to "retire" the product.
Chapman University (Orange, CA)