Since I was a small kid, I was told I am too eccentric to sit in a cubicle. I realized this was true, with age. I’ve spent most of my time trying to start projects and exercise creativity. However,I have found projects don’t always make it to where I want them to be. I’ve been denied and told “no” enough times to know that it isn’t a walk in the park to do what I’m passionate about. My determination is stalwart. All I need is one “yes” to make progress and I intend on taking full advantage of any opportunity I can get. I am already working on my second feature am only looking forward to what the next project brings. Thanks for taking your time and I can’t wait to get in contact soon.
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I was in charge of scheduling scenes with locations, moving production, contacting actors, and working with large amounts of extras.
I was in charge of collecting crew, talent, equipment, scheduling, and locations involved in production.
I was in charge of securing equipment, locations, talent, crew, and scheduling for a shoot that was planned and produced within a period of 6 days.
I organized a 3 location shoot over the course of the day with 6 actors for video that was emulated to look online.
In charge of show running, recruiting crew, gathering and haggling for equipment, contracts, and scheduling for the short.
I worked in locations cleaning bathrooms, as well with Assistant Directing in scheduling and maintaining four consistent running sets over the course of two days.
I was in charge of moving auditioners while working with the producer.
I was in charge of driving equipment in a minivan, setting up and breaking down equipment, assisting camera, and working with clients and talent.
Assisted production for motion and still photography in a closed green-screen studio. Handled large quantities of petty cash and budgeting for art department and wardrobe, constructed set, and worked with high value talent.
Worked with Reality crew to set up and break down set, pick up from and drop off equipment to third party businesses, drive a cargo van, manage walkies, provide crafty, and take field notes. Worked with Canon c300s, setting up monitors, transmitters, receivers, single panel lights, and IFBs.
I was tasked with van transportation, working with High Value Clientel (Kevin Hart), packing and unpacking set, running batteries, getting people to sign releases, crafty, and food runs.
I set up camera, Shot in multiple locations, framing multiple OTF and regular dialogue scenes.
I worked on a reality crew supplying crafty, lunch, gaff equipment, and gripping on set.
I raised funding, hired crew, worked in a business to business environment in facilitating High Quality Production in Wilmington, NC. Our current production is called Milk Money.
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