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Andrew Barkules Shooting "Summer Fun" Director Spotlight video

Family Fun and Filmmaking with the Nikon D810: Ah the family video. It’s almost as highly regarded as the family portrait sitting. Well, it need not be any longer. Photographer/videographer Andrew Barkules has found a way to put a smile on the family and the person behind the lens. With a brother and his children coming over for a July BBQ, this aspiring creator reasoned the visit would be a great time to fashion his first family video. Tapping a Nikon D810, plus a bit of serendipitous…


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  • SANDRO-Bio


    • Sandro has been photographing people for more than thirty years. In 2012 he teamed with Nikon to produce and direct the short cinematic video Joy Ride, which helped introduce the D800. He most recently completed Dream Park, a video short captured entirely using the Nikon D810. His editorial work has been featured in The New Yorker, GQ, Esquire, Time, Forbes, Details, Graphis, New York Magazine, ESPN Magazine and more. Among his numerous advertising clients, Sandro counts companies such as Allstate Insurance, Anheuser-Busch, BMW, Gatorade, Coca-Cola, Honda, Milk…

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    • Director and producer Allen Farst of Niche Productions has filmed, directed and produced documentary films, music videos, network and cable productions, sports and interview segments for local, national and international clients. He serves as lead camera operator for helicopter drone aerial footage used by Rahal Letterman Lanigan, IndyCar, Hyundai, United Technologies Aerospace and others. Corporate clients include Beechcraft, Carrier, ABC, ESPN and ExtraTV.

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    • Elke Talbot is a North Carolina-based food photographer and filmmaker, originally from the British Virgin Islands. Elke will be graduating from Appalachian State University in May with a degree in Commercial Photography. She discovered her love for food, food culture, and photography at a young age. Elke is inspired by delicious smells, cast iron skillets, natural lighting, exciting tastes, and people who share a connection with food. See more of Elke’s work at

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    • A native of Austin, Viet graduated from the film school at the University of Texas and lives and works in Los Angeles as a television editor on network and cable shows including Party Down, Human Target, How To Live With Your Parents and The Following. He also directs, writes and produces short-form projects. For his short film, “Crush the Skull,” Viet was recognized with a number of awards, including Best Film of the 2010 NBCUniversal Short Cuts Film Festival. Viet directed the Veronica Mars documentary and will…

  • Alexx Henry


    • 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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