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“When I was first asked to direct the Veronica Mars documentary, I knew it wasn’t going to be easy. I had no idea about the scope of challenges we would face,” says Viet Nguyen, director of the film. “We budgeted to shoot roughly 50 days of footage, but many of those days ended up being 16 hours long, often times shooting in less-than-ideal conditions. It was one of the most challenging projects I’ve been a part of, and I can say it never would have happened had…

 

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  • Alexx Henry

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    • Alexx Henry is an award-winning director, photographer and spokesperson in the emerging field of interactive storytelling. His work with print plus motion, which he terms “Living Art,” offers a new digital content form perfectly suited for touch devices such as mobile phones and tablet devices. His work creating the iPad’s first interactive motion feature for VIVmag received the prestigious Cannes Gold Lion. Other recognized productions include the first motion movie poster shot on a cinema camera, the interactive magazine feature “Digital Fiasco” with Lupe Fiasco, plus Outside…

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    • Chris Hershman is a Chicago-based filmmaker, photographer and musician. At a young age he began photographing bands throughout the Midwest, with his work evolving into video capture. Chris draws inspiration from live music, natural lighting and the raw talent around him. He has filmed for the Chicago Music Exchange, and captured bands such as the Alabama Shakes, Brian Blade, Tall Walker, and many other artists. His work has been featured on Rollingstone.com and at the 2012 Grammy Awards ceremony. Chris is an urban cowboy with a love of denim…

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    • After working as a photojournalist for several hometown newspapers in his native state of Utah, Steve Heiner joined Nikon in 1985 as a Technical Representative in Dallas, Texas. He later worked in Sunnyvale, California; Salt Lake City, Utah and eventually New York. During his time in the field, Steve provided technical assistance and training to pro photographers during major sporting and news events. He has trained government and military specialists around the country and while at sea. For two years Steve also taught courses for the Nikon…

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    • Miami-based photographer Ivan Nava attended the Digital Design Institute in Caracas, Venezuela, where he received his B.A. with honors in graphic design. A self-taught photographer, Ivan has worked as director of photography for clients such as Land Rover, Porsche, Procter & Gamble, Interscope Records, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. Ivan was recently named partner and Chief Art Director at the award winning creative digital agency The brpr Group in Miami, Florida. Some of his awards include: 2013 Luerzer’s Archive “Top 200 Advertising Photographers” 2012 AI-AP – Top 20…

  • David Wright

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    • David Wright is an award winning filmmaker and photographer. Originally from the U.K., he has worked in more than 50 countries and now makes his home on the coast of Maine in the U.S.A. Upcoming travels will take him to Australia and the Arctic. A long time Nikon user, David started out in the business at Oxford Scientific Films. He then went freelance and now shoots for clients including National Geographic, the BBC and the Discovery Channel. Recent projects have included landmark series like Nat Geo’s “Untamed…

 
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