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Union Pacific

I operated and flew steadicam on this national spot produced by Bully Pictures.


Deep Fried Interview: The One I Love cinematographer Doug Emmett

No more low budget indie films. That’s what cinematographer Doug Emmett told himself. No more $100,00 budgets. No more 15-day shooting schedules. No more choosing lenses because they’re free and no more crashing in guest rooms. 3,204 more words


The Director Auteur

The entertainment industry has tons of creative energy flowing through it. The public may hear stories of how most people who get involved in it desire to work in an area they are not hired for (e.g. 776 more words


Book Review: The Filmmaker’s Eye: Learning (and Breaking) the Rules of Cinematic Composition

Publisher: Focal Press

Release Date: September 1, 2010

“I always wanted to have a guide that specialized in the specific requirements that are inherent to the composition of shots intended for telling stories with moving images, also known as cinematic composition.

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Book Review: Setting Up Your Shots: Great Camera Moves Every Filmmaker Should Know (2nd Edition)

Publisher: Michael Wiese Productions

Release Date: July 1, 2008

Jeremy Vineyard’s book was never intended to be an in-depth examination of shot construction. At 147 pages (not counting the index and reference pages), the book acts more as an introduction to certain cinematic techniques. 136 more words


Blood Orphan

I shot Behind the Scenes Photo + 2nd DP’d for a CalArts short film called “Blood Orphan”. 32 more words

Sara Celeste Martin