Josh McDarris

Josh McDarris

Camera Operator, Editor and Motion Graphic Design

Austin, Texas

Member Since:
April 2012
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About Josh

I’ve been in the video production business for the past 9 years, working on a wide variety of video and motion graphics projects in the United States for multinational corporations, non-profits, and indy features. I do a bit of everything but specifically I do a lot of shooting, editing and motion graphics.

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Credits

  • Rescue Me

    Rescue Me (2015)
    Film (Action, Crime, Drama, Mystery and 1 More) Actor When Robyn the daughter of Special Agent in Charge Alex Campbell of the FBI is kidnapped along with her best friend Chloe Hart, Alex is forced to take a close look at those around him to help determine who he can trust and who he can't if he hopes to bring his daughter home alive. As each hour goes by the mad man who take these girls become more unstable and not following the typical patterns kidnappers usually do, making it harder for Alex and his team to plan their next move. With the help of Matt and Kyle his two most trusted associates; Alex will do whatever it takes to get his daughter home even if it means having to bend the law to favor his decisions. Will the FBI bring these two girls home safe or is certain death now a part of their future? Rescue Me is an Action-Drama-Thriller.

  • Lemonade: Detroit

    Lemonade: Detroit (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Short and Drama) Producer Bad news is sensational. It's the stuff of prime time exposes and gotcha news hours. People are attracted to bad news for the same reason they slow down past car accidents and watch horror movies -- It's impossible to turn away. But instead of sensationalizing blight, the film Lemonade: Detroit sensationalizes hope. It is about the disarming resilience of a city that can no longer rely on a single industry for its livelihood. Rather than glamorizing ruin porn, Lemonade: Detroit makes hope, optimism, and positivity as intriguing to watch as a train wreck. Written by Anonymous

Education

  • On the job experience

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