A short interview with myself:
Q: First of all, do I really enjoy the process of producing captivating quality visuals? A: Yes!
Q: Do I find directing exciting for the endless and ever-changing creative possibilities? A: Absolutely!
Q: Honestly, doesn’t all the technical aspects of post production work scare me? A: Not at all, it’s great fun!
Q: Did I start working as a director and post production artist in 2005 and have been doing it since then? A: That’s right.
Q: Would I like to encourage everyone not to hesitate to contact me for creative partnership? A: So true! How did you know?!
As a director I’m fully capable of:
Brainstorming | Developing ideas and creative decisions | Scriptwriting | Pitching projects | Casting | Managing technical and creative aspects |
Producing moodboards, storyboards and technical plans | Foreseeing potential problems | Working with actors | Collaborating with crew members |
Making thoughtful decisions on/off set | Improvising | Working under pressure | Telling a funny joke | Laughing about it | Supervising production and post
production processes up until project release | Drinking coffee with no sugar (although I prefer some).
As a post production artist I know what these words mean:
Editing (fiction & documentary, online & offline, on/off set) | Compositing (chroma keying, rotoscoping, camera tracking, etc.) |
Modelling & animation 2D/3D (rigging, texturing, shading, etc.) | Motion graphics, packshot, logo & title design/animation |
Rendering, transcoding & mastering (dvd, dcp, etc.) | Color grading (RAW, S-log, C-log, LUTS, etc.) |
VFX consulting, planning, on set supervising | Motion capture (portable system).