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Independents’ Day Trailer Released!

My first romp as Director/DP!  Excited to share this fun “summer mockbuster” with you guys!  You know what to expect…  enjoy “Independents’ Day” !   For more behind-the-scenes info, and frame grabs from the movie click here to read my portfolio entry! I want to send a HUGE THANK YOU to my cast and crew. 
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Director/DP on an Alien Invasion! Independents’ Day

Alien Invasion! It’s happening again!  Huge, giant flying saucers are appearing around the world! What do they want NOW?!? This was really a fun movie to shoot.  We flew two Red Epic Dragons with Optimo DP zooms for a lighting fast two-week shoot.  This science fiction, alien invasion movie was my first time wearing both
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Official Nu Boyana BTS Video!

B Movie Nation Interview with Laura Beth Love

Thanks to Keith Makenas and B Movie Nation for this article!  And thank you to Gabriel Campisi, Jared Cohn, and Chris Olen Ray for your kind words!  Love you all! I this interview, we talk filmmaking, fitness, Mega Shark and wearing multiple hats! Click here! 5 Quick Questions with Laura Beth Love

Hot Wheels Shoot

Here is a frame grab from our Mattel – Hot Wheels shoot a few months ago! Director Mike Verta and I shot this national spot with the Red Epic and Arri Master Primes.  Steadicam and my favorite new slider, the Cineped, were also in attendance. 🙂 A huge thanks goes out to our crew!

Mother’s Cure

“Mother’s Cure” is an intense “family” drama set in an apocalyptic future, shot on the Black Magic Cinema Camera with Zeiss Compact Primes. For us, apocalyptic times meant mixed color temperatures, overcast day with a golden, low hanging sun peeking out, flares, low contrast (achieved through fog and veiling glare) for the day, and a harsh
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