*2nd AC using slate to sync and organize footage
Shot on Card 6 for scene 3, the 8th setup for coverage.
Timecode was unsynced as we were rolling
MOS (finger in sticks), motion over sound
My experience in Los Angeles taught me that clear and concise communication is the most valuable asset for any project. Across the several hundred projects I’ve contributed to, I have worked as 1st Assistant Camera (focus puller), Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Dolly Grip, Steadicam Operator, Drone Operator, Gaffer, and Technical Director.
Moving (the) camera, is one of my favorite aesthetics when it comes to visual storytelling. With understanding light and color, as other photographic motivators, I have enjoyed learning how to achieve a complex image for film, TV, and theater. I enjoy creative engineering, complex troubleshooting, timing and rhythm, and most importantly: Figuring out how to succeed with the resources available.
Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications/Mass Media Communications, and Film Production with a concentration in marketing, I learned how to handle many ideas while developing my skills in multi-tasking.
*adjusting an ETC Source Four Leko with a 50 degree lens
Upon moving to Los Angeles, I began helping USC students with their film thesis work. I enjoyed contributing to over 40 projects while the students learned the process of set life. My experience ranges from live cut streams, feature films, music videos, corporate training videos, and commercials.