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  • Boston 48 Hour Film Project 2015

    “VIRAL” Here is the short film we produced for the Boston 48 Hour Film Project, a timely short drama about privacy issues. We had 48 hours to write, shoot, edit and deliver a short film that included the following: The GENRE was DRAMA The CHARACTER was SHARON MIDDLETOWN who was a WORDSMITH The PROP was ICE The REQUIRED LINE in the script was THIS IS THE FUTURE Director NORMAN LANG Writers ART SESNOVICH ANDREW JUSTIN SMITH ROB KULOW Executive Producer […]

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    Here’s our current Boston video production reel. I was Director of Photography on these films. I was also the director on some of these clips as well. We shoot on Canon C300 Cinema Camera, Sony FS7 4K, Sony a7S, RED Scarlet. We also offer aerial drone cinematography. Please visit our CINEMATOGRAPHY page here

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  • Urban Coastal Sustainability Initiative at NU Marine Science Center

    Urban Coastal Sustainability Initiative at NU Marine Science Center

    Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center is situated on the rocky coastline of Nahant, Massachusetts, making it the ideal location for students and faculty members to conduct marine research on these coastal habitats and to spearhead Northeastern’s Urban Coastal Sustainability initiative. Although this was a fun shoot and the views were breathtaking, it was also a dangerous setup because we had to move our equipment to the edge of a cliff so we could line up the Boston skyline behind one […]

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  • Helping Emma cry

    “Anniversary Day” 1st Boston 3 Minute Short Film Challenge

    Boston video production work comes to Salem, MA for the 1st 3 Minute Short Film Challenge Emma and Dan Talbot are celebrating their wedding anniversary. But sometimes love in the suburbs can get a bit messy. Below is one of my shots I borrowed from my favorite film Pulp Fiction. You can hear subtle references to Tarantino’s work in some of the dialogue I wrote for this script. So here it is. The first “Under 3 Minute Film Challenge” sponsored […]

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