Orlando Briones was born in Houston, Texas. Graduated from the University of Houston 2009. Since then his work has appeared on and has worked for Discovery ID, British Telecommunications Sports, Direct Energy, Comcast, Al Jazeera, ESPN and many other top companies. Orlando Briones focuses on cinematography and producing content for clients.
Name: Orlando Briones
Lives in: Houston, Texas
Occupation: Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Director and Director of Photography
Film by Cristopher Rodriguez (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer, Writer Roberto is a young man who is trying to find his way back home to his family. His desire to push forward despite facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles is the heart of his odyssey. Roberto on his path is constantly faced with the opportunity to quit and give in to defeat. However, it's the voice of those who came before him, which fuels his passion for Legacy. If you had the opportunity to secure your legacy but the only thing standing in your way was hell. Would you be willing to endure the burns?
Film by Lamarcus Tinker (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer Introverted Ricardo Perez likes to approach the World,in a very subtle manner. Trying not to,upset anyone or cause any problems,for himself. But to his surprise,he is the prime candidate for accomplishing God's will. Which is due,to the neglect of others. This presents an internal spiritual conflict,within himself. Will he take the challenge by standing up for himself, his family & his faith? Or will he, succumb to the fears of the flesh. Written by Alfred Castillo Jr. & LaMarcus Tinker
A Promising Game
Film (short) by Colin C.K. Njemanze (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer, Producer
Far Side Happy
Film (short) by Gabriela Anez (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer
Easy as Pie
Film (short) by Courtney Sandifer (Drama) Producer
Film by Dominic Orozco (Documentary and Sport) Camera and Electrical Department Docu-drama based on "The Fall of 1972: A Season for the Perfect Storm", by Dr Randy White. Portraying the clash of undefeated small college rivals Sam Houston State University and the pro-prospect packed Stephen F Austin University.
Pound of Flesh
Film by Don Okolo (Drama) Cinematographer Inspired by an actual event that happened in Houston, Texas some twenty years ago. The story traverses the full spectrum of emotions. It unfolds with tasteful sentimentality, driven by a powerful score from a proven film composer. As the film opens, twelve-year-old piano prodigy, Chinelo (aka Nelo) Olisa, takes delight in the amazement on the faces of shoppers who hear her playing, and believed Mozart has returned from the grave. That same night, Nelo again reincarnates Mozart, as the featured pianist in concert with the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra. She and the Orchestra play to a packed house. It is her last performance. On their home from the concert, an accident happens and Nelo is trapped in the family's burning car. It is quickly obvious that she will not escape...and is destined to burn to death. A man on the scene, unable to allow the twelve year old to die such a horrible death, provides her the only escape possible...death from a single gunshot. What happens next will blow ... Written by Don Okolo
Film (short) by Joshua Michael (Horror) Cinematographer, Producer, Visual effects, Editor
Television (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer
Exodus: 48 Hour Film Project
Film (short) by Christian Briones (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer
Gem of the Rainforest
Film by Don Okolo (Action) Camera and Electrical Department Gem of the Rainforest is the story about the two-faced diamond mask stolen from Africa some 300 years ago when the first White men landed on the shores of the River Niger... See full synopsis »
Film by Jesse Salmeron (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Dreamer opens a window into the reality of many who, because of one insurmountable obstacle, find it impossible to achieve their dreams. Even though Joe was raised in the United States for all but the first few years of his life-and considers himself American-he must live with the constant fear of deportation from the country he loves to a place he has never known. The film transcends racial lines and illuminates the immigration debate for what it is: a tragedy that effects all Americans. Written by J. Salmeron
University of Houston (Houston, TX)