Tuesday, November 11, 2008

In my "In Box"

Hi Tom,

Great to hear from you! I myself am an amateur coin worker and love magic! I'd especially be interested in possibly shooting your portrait against a backdrop of antique magic equipment / posters. Is there a way to get me a photo of some of your collection? Thanks!


About the Portraits Project:

A sweeping, moving portrait of the people of Los Angeles (and the United States) told through a series of beautifully filmed portraits set to originally composed music. The portraits are of real people, in real places, each different but sharing something common to the human condition: the ability to laugh, smile, feel, share themselves. The project will be photographed over the next couple of months all over the Southland based on participants' availabilities. Each session will take about 3 hours and will result in a minute or two of 35mm or Super 16 footage, professionally photographed and color timed. Each participant will receive a Mini DV tape or DVD disc of their footage for their own use as well as credit in the film. This film will be submitted to film festivals.

About Jeffrey Waldron:

Jeffrey Waldron is an award-winning cinematographer and director who grew up around the world. He holds a BA in Cinema-Television Production from the University of Southern California and an MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute.

Reels available here:


Jeff Waldron's 60-Second DP Reel from Jeffrey Waldron on Vimeo.

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