New York City–based make up artist experienced in beauty and glamour looks for fashion and headshots as well as sci-fi, fantasy, and imaginative spaces. In the business since 2012.
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Alejandro Miyashiro was born and raised in a multicultural home in San Diego, California where he grew up developing photography skills and later earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Film Production at San Diego State University. Growing up on the border of two countries, stories of diversity and the power of filmmaking combined with his love for the camera led him to become a cinematographer. Alejandro is a Wasserman Scholar and a recipient of The Fusion and The National Hispanic Foundation for The Arts emerging filmmaker award. He has shot narrative films that have been screened in the U.S. and internationally; including a short film that recently had its world premiere at the Festival de Cannes. His other work consists of music videos and commercial work shot on various formats ranging from 16mm film to the latest digital cinema cameras. Alejandro is currently based in Brooklyn, NY completing a Master’s Degree at New York University’s Graduate Film Program.
A recent Tisch Alumni freelancing as a DP based in NYC and looking for interesting projects to collaborate with.
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Britney Ngaw is a New York-based filmmaker hailing from Toronto, Canada. Her works have been showcased worldwide at events such as the Zoom Student Film Festival, the Access Code Short Film Festival, the International Movie Trailer Festival, the Victoria Film Festival, the Festival de Cinema Escolar de Alvorada, and most recently the Royal Cinema for Doors Open in Toronto. When not creating films, she is an avid viewer of Netflix and a fan of dark comedies. To view her work, visit britneyngaw.com.
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I'm looking to DP or Gaff any and all Projects. Check out my site with the link!
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I've worked on commercials in Los Angeles and film productions in Beijing as a freelance filmmaker. My creative role is director, cinematographer and colorist.
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An NYU Tisch alum, Emily Wong received a BFA in Film & Television Production. In her time in college, she created a number of short documentaries, while concentrating in documentary and cinematography. Her first short "Getting Banksy" grabbed the attention of HBO Documentary Films. They licensed some of her footage, which was included in HBO's "Banksy Does New York." Her second short "Into the Caves" was shot in Cuba right before the turning point in US-Cuba relations, right before they restored diplomatic relationships. It was featured on Cornell University's website. Her senior thesis "Sofar Sounds: A Documentary" is currently in post-production. When she is not filming and editing her own projects, Emily freelances as a camera operator and AC, and works as a Video Lead at Sofar Sounds. She has shot for short films, documentaries, music videos, and commercials, working for Dow Jones, Sally Hansen, the Whitney Museum, Cosmo, and COTY, Inc. She has AC-ed on commercials for Squarespace, eBay, Estée Lauder, and LG Electronics.
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Gizem Gokoglu is a film composer and singer originally from Turkey and Cyprus. She is a winner of the highly acclaimed ASCAP Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer Award (2017), and a recipient of an Honorable Mention at Seattle Women’s Jazz Orchestra’s Jazz Composition Competition (2015). Her diverse music has been performed here in the U.S., as well as in Switzerland, Germany, Italy and Turkey.
Gokoglu holds a B.M. dual degree in Jazz Composition and Performance from Berklee College of Music, as well as a Master of Music Theory and Composition Degree in Scoring for Film and Multimedia from New York University.
During her time in Boston, Gokoglu received the Quincy Jones Award in 2009, and was one of four participants of Maria Schneider’s Jazz Composition Seminar Classes. After her studies at Berklee College of Music, motivated by her acceptance into the prestigious BMI Jazz Composers Workshop, Gokoglu moved to New York City. She attended the workshop (music directors: Jim McNeely and Mike Holober) between the years of 2011-2014. During this time, she was selected as one of three participants of the West Point Jazz Knights Composers Forum, and she earned her Master’s Degree at NYU.
In 2015, Gokoglu received a place in the Society of Composers and Lyricists NY Composer Mentor Program led by film composer Chris Hajian. Since 2017, she participates in the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop directed by esteemed composers Andy Farber and Ted Nash. Residing in New York City, Gokoglu continues her work as a composer and singer for a variety of local and remote projects, ranging from music for film to concert music for jazz orchestra.
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Isabella was born in Taiwan and raised in Malaysia until she began attending NYU Tisch School of the Arts for film and TV production. Isabella is now an aspiring Director and Cinematographer based out of New York City with extensive travel experience and an international background. Aside from her film work, Isabella freelances as a notable fashion and portrait photographer. She largely directs and shoots music videos, short films and documentaries. Her short film, “Girl Who Reads” was an official selection for National Film Festival for Talented Youths (NFFTY) in 2015. As a largely visual director and cinematographer, she creates stories with a sense of surrealism and tries to focus on conveying complicated human emotions.
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I am a filmmaker, visual effects artist, interactive media tinkerer and spaceship enthusiast. I’m currently enrolled in a Master’s program in New York, exploring various creative applications of the recently possible. I am driven by storytelling; I explore stories with frames, games, and interactive experiences. Professional Website: https://jameshosken.com Personal Site: https://generallyplayful.com/
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Let's hear it.
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Margaret Wiss is interested in the interaction between dance and science. As a choreographer and artist, she wishes to reveal the invisible motion of physical forces in the world. Attracted to dynamic movement, which investigates the perception of dance as a scientific sport, she explores the interactions of dance and the environment – inside and outside the body. She has performed at multiple venues, notably The Kennedy Center and Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art, and has worked with Pilobolus Dance Theater as well as choreographers Jennifer Hart, Kinsun Chan, and Adele Myers. Her work has been presented across the United States. In 2017, she collaborated with visual artist, Noël Hennelly for Norte Maar's Production, CounterPointe5 in Brooklyn, NY. She has choreographed for PDX Contemporary Ballet, North Atlantic Dance Theatre, The Harvard Ballet Company, and the Dance BARN Festival. She has taught for Mount Holyoke College and choreographed for the Five College Dance Department. She is a member of the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science. A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, magna cum laude, she received a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Kinesiology with high honors from the dance department. She is currently pursuing a Master in Fine Arts in Dance at Tisch School for the Arts.
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Greetings, My name is Matthew Wang and I am currently a junior at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music. I have recorded and written music for TV commercials over the past 2 years and I am looking to start scoring some films and would love to talk to my fellow classmates who are directors and producers at Tisch about collaborating. Please enjoy the reel I have listed above with music for some TV commercials I've written music for and the one song that I wrote for a films trailer. I am also interested in scoring your film trailer or promo videos! Best Regards, Matthew Wang
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I am a Tisch Alumni (class of 2014). My specialty is hand-drawn character animation. I also do 2D computer animation and motion graphics.
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I am a Tisch Alumni (class of 2014). My specialty is hand-drawn character animation. I also do 2D computer animation and motion graphics.
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I've been diving for twenty years. I've been on hundreds of dive sites around the world in all different conditions, and bring a lot of enthusiasm for the sport with an empathetic approach to a diverse group of students who want to become certified SCUBA divers, from zero experience to advanced. When in the water with me I try really hard to put you at ease with a sense of humor, but keep a methodical approach to diving safely. I'm a staff instructor at Scuba Network in New York City. I've also worked on numerous film sets in my career in every different department, from Get Out to Sisters to "The Sopranos." My own films have been shown in 100 theaters around the country. I can bring a lot of value to any film set with my set knowledge combined with my underwater skillset, whether as a safety diver, or scuba stunt double. Please consider me for any underwater shoots as a valuable member of your team.
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Sean Robinson is an award-winning filmmaker, whose work has premiered in over 100 international film festivals, including Film Society Of Lincoln Center and the Oscar-Qualifying LA Shorts Festival. His directing has been described as a “Sci-Fi Adventure" (Rolling Stone), "Powerful" (Billboard), and "Elegantly Directed" (Huffington Post). Robinson was profiled by The Advocate in 2013 ("The 28-year-old might just represent the next generation of filmmakers") and OUT Magazine in 2016. Robinson has 10 years of experience as a video editor. His work includes music videos (Evanescence, Banky W) commercials (Match.com, NYFA) a web series starring Sir Ben Kingsley, Liev Schreiber, and James Earl Jones as well as original video content for the Wall Street Journal. He has produced and edited over 25 original movie musicals for the New York Film Academy.
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Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Theo Teris has always stayed true to his roots. Theo's classical training has allowed him to become a diverse composer writing for video games, soundtracks, rappers and vocalists. Theo has produced music for major recording artists such as Glasses Malone (Cash Money Records) and has worked on a track which featured artists Kendrick Lamar and Killer Mike. Recently Theo wrote, composed and financed a contemporary ballet “Snowflakes in the Cemetery” which had a two-night run at Carnegie Mellon and was performed again in April 2016 at Duquesne University. Theo has performed tours in Ukraine for the U.S. Embassy and for the former president of Ukraine, in Italy for Orvieto Music festival, at Moscow Conservatory, Toronto, and Berklee in Boston. In May 2016, Theo graduated with a Bachelors in Music Composition from Carnegie Mellon Univ. He studied with Pulitzer and Grammy award winning composer John Luther Adams, Dr. Taras Filenko and Viktoria Postnikova. In 2017, Theo assisted Scott Wasserman as an Ableton Programmer on Dave Malloy's "Great Comet of 1812."
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After 6 years fostering creative relationships across multiple disciplines. I strive to produce fresh, relevant content of the highest standard and quality. Specializing in industry, commercial, branded, and documentary content. Our team is a collection of authentic collaborators who are cutting-edge in order to create and distribute contemporary, eye-catching content. Featured as a NewFilmmaker of New York and previously installed in the MoMA as a DP. I hope to help make your next production beautiful.
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I'm a junior in film and television concentrating in cinematography. I've worked as DP, gaffer, and key grip on NYU sets, and I also own my own two camera Canon DSLR and audio package which I've used to perform a significant amount of freelance cinematography and photography work around NYC. I have plenty of experience using practical, cost-saving techniques to deliver natural results on-screen for student sets. While I concentrate on cinematography, I also have a deep respect for sound, and I am available as an on-staff engineer for your next studio recording, ADR, or foley session at the post production center. Simply contact me to arrange a session. If you’re interested in utilizing my services, I’m always open to collaboration and offer some of my work as well as contact information in case you like what you see. Thank you for visiting.
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Will Mayo is a director, cinematographer, and sound designer. He grew up on a horse farm in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee and went on to attend New York University, where he received a BFA in Film and Television Production in 2013. As a cinematographer he’s shot a number of award-winning films, most notably the acclaimed Irish-language short, AN CRANN, directed by Emma Carlson. The film won the prestigious 1st Prize King Award at NYU’s First Run Film Festival and the National Board of Review Student Filmmaker Grant. His most recent directorial effort, FIRST NIGHT OUT, is a premiering at NewFest: New York's LGBT Film Festival, and is premiering internationally at Mix Brasil, the oldest and most prestigious LGBT film festival in Latin America. His experimental student work garnered him acclaim from NYU and beyond, most notably from io9, which described his thesis, THIS IS HOW YOU HAUNT YOUR HOUSE, as a fabulously grim short horror story. As a sound designer, he's designed two features and a half-dozen shorts. He resides in Brooklyn.
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