The University of Colorado Denver (in progress) (Film and Television)
My passion for making videos started in high school, where I took some form of video production class all four years. I then went to the University of Colorado where I majored in their Film, Television and Theatre program. I have worked on literally dozens of student production in a variety of roles - from director to grip to cinematographer to editor - I've had to do it all. I decided to move back home and finish my degree off in Washington. I have an intimate knowledge of what it takes to make a high quality video, both technically and artistically speaking. While I don't have any experience as a tutor, I did spend five years in a drum line, where one of my major responsibilities was teaching the new kids their various parts and I look forward to transferring those skills to tutoring.
Being a student and having worked on other students projects, I have seen many examples of both what to do, and what not to do and have learned a lot from these situations. Furthermore, having taken the classes and applied them to real world situations, I know the fundamentals of the different stages of production, while also knowing the intimate details that are needed to make a quality video.
I am available everyday, please contact me if you need help with specific programs/cameras etc. My passion for making videos started in high school, where I took some form of video production class all four years. I then went to the University of Colorado where I majored in their Film, Television and Theatre program. I have worked on literally dozens of student production in a variety of roles - from director to grip to cinematographer to
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I have taken both a dark room photography course and a digital photography course while in college and have learned the basics of camerawork, such as how different focal lengths affect the depth of field, the exposure triangle and other technical aspects. I have also taken a cinematography class which reinforced those teachings, but also expanded on them with the use of motion picture.
I have three years of my degree in Film and Television completed at the University of Colorado, and am currently looking for somewhere where I can finish off my education. I have worked in various roles on literally dozens of student productions, from directing and producing to cinematography and editing.