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Hey Everyone! This is my first post! I am so stoked to be a part of this community. I just moved in to a sweet new abode with my lady here in LA, and have been enjoying the weather as I just came from a stint in Jackson Hole, Wyoming working on a snowboarding feature called The Fourth Phase. I will be at NAB the 19-21st and would love to meet up with some people! Below is a link to the trailer for the film. Let me know what you guys think! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9qWa0Yn6bo Cheers, Seth
I'm back after 4 years, and just moved to LA
Michael Collier posted a topic in Los Angeles, CA (US)So I bit the bullet and finally moved to LA. I drove 3500 miles from Alaska with a Jeep, a camera and an overloaded trailer. It was quite the adventure, and now I start the adventure to find work! We will see how that goes. It was great to login and find a lot of names I recognize. I am very happy David Mullen is still active, and that Adrian Sierkowski made the move as well. I've seen a few other names pop up, and I have only been trolling for a few hours tonight. Hopefully one day soon I'll be able to get out to one of the LA meetups, and share a pint with all of you. I am sure many of you don't remember me, it has been more than 4 years since my last post. If you do remember me, you might remember som of my wacky inventions that never really panned out, like the new electronics board for a CP-16: http://www.cinematography.com/index.php?showtopic=40779&hl= There was also a wireless dimmer invention, and an voltmeter that could automatically detect phases. While none of those made it to market, I did get a patent on the voltmeter, so I can always claim that I suppose. I also would post write ups on my early shorts, which is a shame, because looking back it is clear how much there was yet to learn. For fun here is an early post on my first "big budget" ($20K) short film. http://www.cinematography.com/index.php?showtopic=28690 Life got complicated, and I started doing a lot of Reality TV, so I kind of dropped off the radar. I did get a chance to do movies several times a year, but those opportunities were getting fewer and farther between. Moving here is a way to make a commitment to what I really want to do, gaffing and eventually cinematography. I have a feature film I gaffed that is premeiring at the Chineese Theater on Oct. 16 as part of the 8 Films to Die For series (shameless plug, followed by trailer plug, also bereft of shame: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soHRo3XCbzA ) Hopefully I will be more active on here, and now more useful, since I have had the opportunity to learn under some really great gaffers over the years I went dark.