I've been shooting professionally for 10+ years and specialize in set stills, portraits and event photography.
I've shot production stills and BTS for feature films, TV and shorts. Looking to join IATSE 667 and currently focused on gaining experience and portfolio content.
I love being able to help filmmakers promote their projects through still images and find being part of a crew super rewarding.
I am stealthy and professional on set and love what I do!
Name: Jackie Brown
Lives in: Toronto, Canada
Occupation: Photographer (Still)
Unique traits: ~ I have great rapport with cast and crew, allowing me to get the shots needed in tough conditions ~ I look for opportune moments for shots that work for the production that aren't necessarily part of the plot ~I specialize in production photos, not as much on BTS
Best Cinematographer, SFWFF
Film by Peter Lynch (Crime and Mystery) Photographer (Still)
Tear Us Apart
Film by Devin Clarke (Horror and Thriller) Photographer (Still) A young couple is taken to a cottage in the woods for extreme counseling following the death of their daughter and struggle to identify what's real and what is a figment of their mental recovery.
Film by Michael James Regan (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Photographer (Still) When given the chance at a fresh start, a grief-stricken young man and his coked-up step-brother must confront a local mafia kingpin and perhaps something even more dangerous - their past.
This Is Not What You Had Planned
Film (short) by Christopher Warre Smets (Comedy and Drama) Photographer (Still) An old movie theatre and an upscale apartment become the combat zones for a battle of wills between two couples, one meeting for the first time, and the other for what might be the last.
Film by Daniel O'Connor (Comedy) Photographer (Still) On the verge of ending it all, a man is visited by his guardian angels who give him a special pair of glasses that enable him to see who is good and who is bad. He quickly finds a way to turn his newfound ability into a money-making venture. Soon, however, his tendency to quickly judge others has a surprising impact on his friendships - and his life. Written by Daniel O'Connor
See No Evil
Television (Drama) Photographer (Still) Every second of every day, millions of Americans are caught on CCTV. Most of them are honest citizens going about their everyday lives. But a few are guilty of unspeakable crimes. See no Evil is a ground breaking new series about how real crimes are solved with the help of surveillance cameras. Police reveal how CCTV footage has unlocked the answer to cases that otherwise might have remained unsolved- leaving dangerous killers at large. The series features real footage and dramatic reconstruction, combined with first-hand testimony from police, witnesses, and families.
Film (short) by Brett Heard (Comedy) Photographer (Still) A family running a Feng Shui business stumble upon a loop hole of creating their own work in suburbia through less than legal ways.
Film (short) by Brett Heard (Comedy) Photographer (Still) A group of disparate, anxious parents bring their neuroses to the dreaded parent teacher night, testing the equally stressed out teacher, pushing her over the proverbial edge.
If I See Randy Again, Do You Want Me to Hit Him with the Axe?
Film (short) by Vivieno Caldinelli (Comedy) Photographer (Still) While trying to meet the season's quota, Karl, the most experienced and senior of lumberjacks, abuses his power when he carelessly chops off his subordinate's face.
Sheridan College (Oakville, ON)