Our Chicago Staff Video Camera Crew Shoots In:
Cicero • Stickney • Oak Park • Berwyn • Forest View • North Riverside • Riverside • Lyons • Hometown • River Forest • Evergreen Park • Bedford Park • Elmwood Park • Maywood • Burbank • Broadview • Brookfield • MacCook • La Grange Park • Gladstone • Oak Lawn • Lincolnwood • Merrionette Park • Westchester • Milwaukee • Madison • Fort Wayne • Indianapolis • Toledo • Detroit • Windsor • Cincinnati • Saint Louis • Louisville • Columbus • All Production Crew for Chicago
I am familiar with many different shooting styles and trends, and wouldn’t say that I specialize in one more than another. I’ve found that being flexible and familiar with many different techniques allows me to innovate while shooting, helping me capture the best imagery for the story our client is trying to tell.
I started shooting on a more professional level 5 years ago.
My favorite project since launching would be the Michter’s distillery shoot I shot for Forbs. The freedom Forbs gave me with my shots and the access the people at Michter’s gave me allowed me to flex my creativity and fully craft the Imagery of story. It was also super cool shooting in a whiskey distillery.
Standard: Arri Alexa Mini, RED Camera, HDX900, Sony F5, Sony F55, Sony Fs7, Canon C300, Canon 5D w/ High Definition Canon lenses, Sachtler tripod, Panasonic HD field monitor, 9 Arri light heads with Chimeras, 2 Kino Flo Divas, IDX batteries, Sound Devices 633 – 6 channel mixer, 3 Lectrosonic wireless transmitters and receivers, wireless transmitters from audio person to camera, RE50 stick mic & 4 lavaliere mics, audio boom w/ Schoeps shotgun mic, & MP3 recorder with live transcription and timecode transcription capability.
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