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    Emily K.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $750 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    About Emily K.

    Documentary filmmaker and multimedia journalist.

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    Stephanie R.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA

    $600 - $1200 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Reporter / Journalist

    About Stephanie R.

    I'm a Peruvian-American cinematographer specializing in documentary. I have credits with Al Jazeera, Netflix, Bravo, and more. Check out my work at www.stephanie-rose.com. I speak fluent Spanish and proficient Arabic, and I'm passport/travel ready.

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    Andrew B.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA

    $750 - $2500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Production Company
    • Creative Director
    • Documentary DP

    About Andrew B.

    After working as a student journalist in 2004, Andrew fell in love with storytelling for impact. Between 2005-08 he cut his teeth as a coordinator on The Amazing Race; 3rd AD on the BAFTA-nominated docudrama Eagle Falls; as PM for Discovery and Animal Planet shows; and as the writer/producer/director of marketing videos for impact organizations. This while also story producing The Joe Show documentary, with his mentor turned partner, Director Randy Murray. In 2008, Andrew and Murray began another documentary, Mitchell 20. Andrew produced, wrote, and the two co-directed. Andrew helped raise $550k for this film to cover its 3 year-long production. It was released in 2012 via a theatrical run with AMC Independent and won a regional Emmy for Best Documentary. The same year, Benson sold his original concept Edge of War to Discovery Military. The shows host, General Wesley Clark said it “could reduce enthusiasm for war”, which was exactly its intent. This led to Discovery’s licensing of The Joe Show and a development deal.  In 2013, Benson moved to San Francisco to pursue this film and set up a creative agency, A Happy Project, where he served as a creative writer, producer, and director on digital products and content projects for startups and NGOs. Chasing his film, Democracy: An Inquiry he spent 2017/18 living in Paris, Monrovia, and Johannesburg before settling down in New York. Today, he works with clients like the BMW Foundation, Patreon, University of Phoenix, b8ta, Tomorrow Lab, Accountability Lab, and Humanity United. Outside of Phoenix, he's lived in San Francisco, Paris, Quito, Monrovia (Liberia), and Johannesburg. He's traveled and worked in 30 US states and 30 countries, and is currently based in New York City.

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    Vianey A.

    El Paso, TX, USA

    $300 - $500 / Day

    Top Services

    • Reporter / Journalist
    • Translator
    • Production Assistant

    About Vianey A.

    Vianey Alderete Contreras is a bilingual digital storyteller. Her work focuses on seeking innovative ways to incorporate perspectives of underreported communities through innovative and engaging journalism for creating eye-opening experiences. Projects always led by a moral compass. She was born in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, and grew up between Juárez and El Paso, Texas, and has worked in multiple English and Spanish publications in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland, New York City, and Dallas. Vianey began reporting on immigration and education and obtained a bachelor's degree in multimedia journalism with a creative writing minor at The University of Texas at El Paso. She extended her Latinx community coverage with mental health, gentrification, and local community news, and stories outside of the U.S. - Mexico border region. As part of the CUNY Knight Diversity Initiative Fellowship, she covered gun violence and the digital divide in South Bronx, New York City. She has also worked in Hispanic marketing research to enrich her work as a social media consultant for news outlets. Vianey holds a master’s degree in new media journalism from The University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and is based in El Paso, Texas, where she is an independent writer and continues to edit and produce Spanish-language digital media.

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    Oscar L.

    Sedona, AZ 86336, USA

    $500 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Video Editor - News
    • Video Editor - Documentary
    • Reporter / Journalist

    About Oscar L.

    Work Experience: - Reported from 10 countries and 15 cities. - Reporter and video editor for The Real News (2010 to 2019). - Visual creative, “The Empire Files” with Abby Martin, I (visualy) created a 30 minutes show a week, including an abundance of graphics in After Effect, Illustrator & Photoshop. (2015-2017) - Visual creative of “Days of Revolt” with Chris Hedges and “The Global African” with Bill Fletcher (2014 to 2015) - US Associated Correspondent for Telesur (continent-wide broadcast) in over 12 US cities, more than 40 newscast reports and 25 full special documentary features on air. (2010 - 2013) - Editor in Chief for “The Positive Side on Life” on Channel 3 in Arizona. (2010) - Video Manager at Illuma Studio in Scottsdale. (2008 -2010) - Local reporter and eventually US Correspondent for La Television – Ecuavisa - Gamavisión, (Sunday 8pm prime time slot). (2005 - 2015). - Director, “Motor X”, Canal Uno, Saturday 7pm slot. (2003-2005) - Creative Editor, Unpixel DV production agency in Quito Ecuador. (2002/2005) - Media Producer for CEIME, (Gender NGO) Quito. Ecuador (1996 - 2002) Notable achievements & Awards: -4 documentary-magazine mini series “Motor X” (I started from scratch) reached continental TV including North and South America via Telesur & El Garaje TV 2006 - 2012. -First Price for: Best Documentary, Best Script and Best Post Production with “Cancer Social” on the “Flora Tristan” Film Festival, Lima, Peru 1996 about Gender Violence. -Finalist “Migrations Film festival” Radio Canada, NY 2010. -Lectures, Zaki Gordon Institute of Film 2005 & 2012, NAU (Flagstaff) 2011, National Bolivar Theater, Caracas -Venezuela & National Bolivar Square, Bogota - Colombia 2012 -Interviewed in international press outlets as RT, Telemundo, Univision, Telesur, Press TV, Radio Canada. Education & Skills: - Bachelor on Arts & Media (San Francisco de Quito University) - Camera, Video & Photography: Light (CEDEP 1990),Camera (CEDEP 1990) USFQ 2003 Education & Skills: - Bachelor of Arts & Media (San Francisco de Quito University) - Camera, Video & Photography: Light (CEDEP 1990),Camera (CEDEP 1990) USFQ 2003 Film Editing studies: Betacam (CEDEP 1990) All Adobe, Digital Avid and Final Cut ( USFQ 2000 ) Adobe (online self education) Digital Art: Quito Institute for the Visual Arts (IAVQ), 4 years on Illustration and Graphic Design. San Francisco de Quito University(USFQ), 2 years of software training. Script: CEDEP 1990, Universidad Católica 1996, and USFQ 2001. Sound: Bachelor in Arts (USFQ), including musical production, recording, mixing, Direct Sound, Electronic Music, Post Production, Sequencing and Sampling (IMC San Francisco de Quito University & CEDEP 1990 - 2000 ) Software skills: Video (Editing and Post): Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Avid, Motion, Boris Red Pro. Graphic Design Software: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe In Design, Corel Painter, Quark X-press. Web: Flash & WordPress Audio Software: Pro Tools, Reason, Digital Performer, Sound Edit, T-Racks, Soundtrack, Logic Pro, Sound Studio, Qubase, Maschine 2 and Adobe Audition. English and Spanish bilingual.

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    Josh L.

    Hanoi, Hoàn Kiếm, Hanoi, Vietnam

    $300 - $600 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Senior Producer / Project Manager
    • Fixer

    About Josh L.

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    Lawrence F.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA

    $400 - $2000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Documentary DP
    • Production Company
    • Senior Producer / Project Manager

    About Lawrence F.

    I am a freelance indie filmmaker/photographer with a MFA in dance. I have a passion in choreography and telling stories and I specialize in various medium with movement including concert work, screen dance, and photographic exhibit. I had produced several award-winning dance films in festivals across the U.S. in the recent years and I am eager to learn more in my craft and to collaborate with different like-minded artists.

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    Gabriel B.

    Albuquerque, NM, USA

    $400 - $1200 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Documentary DP
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    About Gabriel B.

    Director, shooter, and editor, passionate about telling stories of people-powered solutions for creating a healthier and more just world. With over five years experience as a one-man operation traveling abroad to produce short documentaries for the United Nations and other international NGO’s, I am fluent in every stage of production, from storyboarding and concepting, to filming, and all stages of post production. I've also directed several short narratives, winning some festival awards, and have served as lead editor on short narratives in the festival circuit.

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    Michael K.

    New York, NY, USA

    $500 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Producer / Project Manager

    About Michael K.

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    David W.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA

    $600 - $2500 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
    • Documentary DP

    About David W.

    I believe in the power of visually expressing the human experience and the raw beauty of nature. Before founding David Wallace Visuals, I worked for 20 years as a staff photographer and video producer at newspapers throughout the country. 15 of those years were at the Arizona Republic where I documented issues ranging from the U.S./ Mexico border to the environment. I covered Pope Francis’ inaugural visit to Mexico, disappearing glaciers in Peru, uranium contamination on the Navajo Nation, two Super Bowls, and directed a feature length documentary on child welfare issues. In 2018, I was one of the primary members of the Arizona Republic reporting team that won a Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for their coverage of the U.S./ Mexico border. Of the 10 pieces of content submitted for the Pulitzer, three of the entries were videos I filmed and edited. I am an eight time Rocky Mountain Emmy winner and have won numerous other awards in photo and video journalism. I received a BFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology. An avid outdoorsmen, my interests include hiking, canyoneering, trail running, rafting and rock climbing. In 2001, I thru-hiked the entirety of the 2,650-mile long Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. I live in Phoenix with my wife, Laura Segall, also a professional photographer and our three children. I approach every project with heart and compassion, producing content to communicate captivating stories of the people, places, organizations and businesses of Arizona and beyond. What is your story to tell?

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    David P.

    Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico

    $150 - $600 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Fixer
    • Field Producer

    About David P.

    I was born in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, on January 3, 1986. My mother is from Nogales, Sonora and my father from Santa Bárbara, Chihuahua, converged on the border when my mom got a teaching job and my dad had left his hometown behind to look for opportunities in the city. I grew up in Ciudad Juárez with my two brothers, one four years older and the other four. years younger, in the care of my mother who at the time had to act as father as well. Between skateboards, friends and grunge music from the 90s I navigated my adolescence under the always extreme climate of the border. At the age of 20, I started working at a local photography studio, taking photos of weddings, quinceañeras and special events, at the same time I took classes from the Degree in Sociology at the Institute of Social Sciences and Administration of the Autonomous University of Ciudad Juarez. What started as a casual job that helped me pay for school, became a calling of vocation. I will never forget that first camera that at times I borrowed my boss to go out and scan the city through the lens. I developed an interest in the process of documenting not only those events personal and important to the people, but the events in the city, as well as the day-to-day day and the details that one misses if one does not have a camera on one's arm; which took me to make the decision to change the course of my career by transferring to the Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Institute of Architecture, Design and Art A few years later I got an internship as a Photographer at a local newspaper called El Norte, in which I worked alongside journalists and photographers with a lot of experience and in this way I got into the local media,at a time when violence in the city was at an all-time high. David Peinado Romero / Mexico In an organic way, I managed to transition to a position of Plant Photojournalist in one of the most well-known and alternative means of communication in the city called La Polaka, which was characterized by being a "no frills" platform and focused on the red note I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work on this medium in particular, since it helped me build a journalistic ethic that would mark the rest of my career. I also worked for a time in a business-focused magazine covering maquiladora industry events. Shortly after I accepted the position of Photojournalist staff for the main local newspaper, El Diario, where fortunately I was able to do use of the experience that I had acquired since I covered notes from social, red note, local stories and long-term projects.3 years ago I left that position to dedicate myself to independent journalism, and I currently collaborate with agencies such as Xinhua, AFP, Nur Photo, Zuma, Pacific Press and media such as La Silla Rota, El Universal, Aristegui Noticias, Infobae, The Mexiqueño and Cuartoscuro. My work is focused on topics that have touched my community and echo elsewhere in Mexico and Central America, such as migration, cultural dichotomies, violence, drug trafficking, femicides and forced disappearances. This path of photography has been for me almost a personal catharsis allow me to meet stories and people who have left a mark on my life, to be able to know these universes so foreign to mine, and at the same time so close. and make them justice by bringing these photographs to the collective memory. I have also created a network of fellow photographers from many parts of the world whom I thank for share your experience and advice with me and that I hope to continue cultivating. The resilience to remain in a changing environment, adaptability and empathy to relate to the environment and the subjects, as well as the journalistic ethics that allows discerning between what needs to be reported and what does not, have been the foundations of these almost 15 years of photographic career.

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    Lucas M.

    Flagstaff, AZ, USA

    $500 - $2500 / Day

    Top Services

    • News Shooter / Video Journalist
    • Documentary DP
    • Field Producer

    About Lucas M.

    Lucas Mullikin here. Media and storytelling Swiss Army knife. Classically trained but operating outside the box. My work strives to breakthrough traditional storytelling paradigms. Producing content that drives audiences' sense of understanding. Inspiring interest and fostering perspective whenever opportunity arises. For over a decade, I've been working full-time as a journalist, field producer, videographer, audio tech, photographer and editor. I'm constantly looking to elevate stories that bring light to circumstances often overlooked in mainstream media. Focusing on narratives outside the norm while exploring the elements that make us who we are. I strive to have my work to raise awareness on wide range of issues affecting communities across the planet.

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    Maryalexandra M.

    Phoenix, AZ, USA

    $800 - $1200 / Day

    Top Services

    • On-Air Reporter / Host
    • Executive Producer
    • Field Producer

    About Maryalexandra M.

    On-camera host, video producer, DIY, home andlifestyle content creator.

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    Eva L.

    New York, NY, USA

    $450 - $1000 / Day

    Top Services

    • Senior Editor
    • Executive Producer
    • Non-Fiction Film Director

    About Eva L.

    I am experienced in all phases of production and am well versed in editing with Adobe and Final Cut products. I produced, directed and edited several short films, as well as an award winning feature length documentary film, Undeterred (http://undeterredfilm.org/). I regularly produce, direct and edit feature length video memoirs through my business Desert Memoirs (https://www.desertmemoirs.com/). I have also created many short web and social media videos for individuals, nonprofits and political campaigns.

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