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Production Artists 2017

 

Simon Fildes, Scottland

Simon Fildes’ work has spanned almost 2 decades in visual and performing arts. Works range from site-specific video installations to web based works. The inspiration for his work has always been movement and transformation, mapping hidden choreographies and responding to environments. Over the past 18 years Simon has edited and co-produced on most of the video dance works directed by his partner and collaborator Katrina McPherson including the award winning short films Moment and There is a Place. Other collaborations include interactive works made for www.hyperchoreography.org, and the international Move-me.com project. a touring interactive video dance installation and website.  In 2006 he was short-listed for the Creative Scotland Awards. Simon is currently the director of Goat, the production company he co-runs with Katrina.

 

Robin Gee, North Carolina

Robin Gee, Associate Professor of Dance at UNCG, holds an MFA in Dance Choreography and Performance from Sarah Lawrence College and specializes in African dance techniques, Caribbean dance forms, and modern dance techniques. Robin teaches African and modern dance classes at UNCG, and conducts residencies throughout the country in Dance Appreciation and Dance History. Ms. Gee has performed with several New York-based dance companies, including Les Ballet Bagata, directed by Yousouff Koumbassa; Maimouna Keita Dance Company, directed by Marie Basse Wiles; and the Cinque Folkloric Dance Company, where she served as Choreographer and Artistic Director for 15 years. She is the recipient of the West African Research Association's Post Doctoral Fellowship in African Research and the Central Piedmont Regional Artists Hub Grant in 2005 for her work on dance documentation in Guinea, West Africa. She is most recently the recipient of the American Association of University Women's Postdoctoral Research Fellowship for her work on The Mande Lagacy - A Multimedia Dance Documentation Project. She is also co-creator of Feche, an interactive DVD-Rom that documents the dance forms of Senegal and the Casamance. Her choreographic credits include works developed on both student and professional artists, the most recent of which, A Walk to Beautiful, premiered in New York at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts in April, 2010. She has co-directed and choreographed a production of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf by Ntozake Shange, with Tom Humphreys; Death and the King's Horseman by Wole Soyinke, with Alan Cooke; and choreographed Evil Dead: The Musical by George Reinblatt, with Jim Wren and Alice adapted and directed by Jim Wren. Ms. Gee recently formed her own company, Sugarfoote Productions, a multipurpose service organization designed to help local audiences experience the richness of African and Diasporan cultural traditions.

 

Megan Hamilton, Virginia

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Nicholas Lintner, Pennsylvania

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Kat Cameron, New York

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Chris Jones, Virginia

Christopher Jones, born in the tiny town of Kenbridge, VA, is a Richmond-based boom operator, sound mixer, and all-around good guy. Most recently his work has brought him onto the hit Netflix show, House of Cards, but he has also worked on John Adams, Runaway Jury, and numerous other projects across the country. Chris was happy to bring his over 20 years of experience in the industry to EFV. In his spare time, he restores classic cars and dreams of one day going sky diving.

 

Chris Roll, Virginia

Equipment Manager/Editor/Promotional Documentaries, is from Texas but has spent most of his life on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. He is a 2000 graduate of Nandua High School and a 2005 graduate from Old Dominion University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. While at ODU, he worked on several short films as part of a student group called the Student Filmmakers Alliance. He first worked with director Scott Hansen in 2006 on a short horror movie titled “Adrenaline.” Since then, Chris has grown as a cameraman and editor, shooting and editing numerous “behind-the-scenes” videos for many of Scott’s music videos.

 

Go Eun Kim, South Korea

Goeun Kim is from Masan, South Korea and graduated from the Seoul Institute Of the Arts with a major in Film. Currently, she works at the Seoul Institute Of the Arts as a Researcher in the Robotic Arts division. She has a passion for storytelling, regardless of the medium in which it is told. She has produced and directed 12 short films, 2 commercials, and 1 play and is in the process of directing robotic performances. She is also the 2015 winner of the Minster’s Award for her film production 멀리서 온 손님 (The Guest From Far Away) .

 

Seongyeon Won, South Korea

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Heetae Lee, South Korea

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Yeonglang Kim, South Korea

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Hyejeoung Choi, South Korea

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Minji Kim, South Korea

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Youjin Choi, South Korea

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Mark Edward Atkinson, Virginia

Mark Edward Atkinson is an accomplished professional photographer, documentarian, and writer, mostly because he's been at it for a while and knows little else. He is also the partner and creative director with Otto Design + Marketing. He started his career with the News and Observer in Raleigh, N.C. where he won his first professional award for a photo illustration, that in all honesty wasn't that great. With practice however, his work improved and has subsequently appeared in Time, Newsweek, The Washingtonian, Esquire, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Marie Claire, and numerous other publications including the National Enquirer. He has never been arrested. Mark has traveled the world meeting phenomenal people and shooting work for nonprofit organizations such as Mercy & Sharing, ICD, Smile Train, the United Way, Urban Ministries of Charlotte and Picture World Hope. He has directed and shot several documentaries in the past five years on a range of topics, including homelessness, poverty, mental health and facial deformity. As a board member and photographer for Smile Train, he has worked in Southern India, China, Haiti and Afghanistan to shoot both still photography and documentary film telling the stories of doctors and their cleft palette patients.

 

Erin Harvey, Virginia

Erin Harvey is an Emmy-nominated documentary cinematographer and feature director of photography.  He pairs a studied eye for classic cinematic filmmaking with his own well-developed vérité shooting instincts.  He is known for his visual talents as well as his innate ability to blend in with the scene and make his subjects feel comfortable with the presence of his camera.  Often complimented by colleagues for shooting with his "ears" as well as his eyes, he stays attuned to every aspect of a scene as it develops and responds with his camera at just the right moment with meaningful visual intent and style.  Erin is also an accomplished filmmaker in his own right, with his producing, directing, and editing experience further influencing his cinematography.

 

Production Artists 2016

Paolo Armao

Eyal Cohen

John Forte

Erin Harvey

Chris Jones

Richard Keel

Roman Linetsky

Matt Lockhart

Vito Martinelli

Chris Roll

Fabrizio Vacca