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I have been working in TV and video production for over fifteen years. I've shot all kinds of projects including documentaries; network programs and news; live shots; travel, home improvement, reality, fishing, and cooking shows; as well as surgeries; corporate videos; and multi-camera events. I also work as a field audio technician.
I'm happy to travel. I have shot in most states of the USA and in various countries around the world. In January of 2010 I traveled to Guatemala to DP a pilot for a reality style travel show for teens. In 2009 I visited Nairobi, Kenya to help teach a class on video production to slum residents, and to produce and shoot a film about a hospital in Kaimosi. In 2006 I traveled to Uganda to make videos for NGOs. I've also traveled in China, Tanzania, Jamaica, and Europe.
I am comfortable working as a one man band, in a small crew, or with a large group. I'm available with or with out my own gear. I am familiar with pretty much every camera available from high end full-size HD rigs, to Mini DV palm-corders. I always bring along my "can do" and professional attitudes.
I've been a freelance D.P. (Director of Photography - i.e. cameraman) based in Boston for six years. Previously, I worked in news which taught me to work fast and light when necessary, and to shoot for the edit. I spent about five years working in CNN's headquarters in Atlanta primarily as a video editor and field audio technician. I learned my lighting skills from some of their most senior photographers. Then I moved on to Hartford Connecticut (market 27) where I was a photojournalist and live truck operator for the award winning WTIC Fox 61 News at 10 for three years. In 2005 I returned to Boston to freelance.
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