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Jonathan D.

Miami, FL, USA

$350 - $1500 / Day

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Top Services

  • Video Editor - Documentary

  • Non-Fiction Film Director

  • Video Editor - News

Equipment

Video

  • Full HD video camera
  • DSLR or equivalent

Audio

  • External recorder

Miscellaneous

  • Lighting kit
  • Shoulder rig

About Jonathan

Jonathan De Camps is a freelance photographer and filmmaker based in Miami, Florida. Born in Puerto Rico to Dominican parents in November 1983. Jonathan's lifelong interest in narrative imagery in films, paintings, and photography led him to pursue a BA in Advertisement in 2008. In 2009, he moved to South Florida to broaden his horizons in the visual arts. In 2013, he earned an MFA in Visual Arts. Jonathan is one of the 2017 Knight Arts Champions Recipient, which helped him created collaborations to push for immigration and social justice education through audiovisuals and live music performances. Today, he continues to work with stories through documentary photography and filmmaking about immigrant communities, social justice reform.

Top Projects

  • Decolonize Justice - Racial Profiling

    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    The story of Adriel Cordero shows the impact on the individuals and their families when routine traffic stop turns into a violent police encounter The vague and often-times invented charge, “resisting arrest without violence,” exposes a troubling end result of racial profiling before an arrest. Adriel shares his story hoping that it will help inform others about it.

  • Latino Data Gap

    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    "If you don’t ask an accurate question, you can’t get an accurate answer." Angel Sánchez, a law student at Miami School of Law working against the disenfranchisement of minority groups, brings this to light in The Latino Data Gap, the film that exposes how Latinos are over-represented but undercounted in the criminal justice system.

  • Power 4 Puerto Rico Action

    • Non-Fiction Film Director
    • Video Editor - Documentary

    A story following the process of the visual artist "Miss Chief" commissioned piece by Power For Puerto Rico, a coalition of organizations, leaders, and advocates from across the nation working together to address the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria over Puerto Rico through advocacy.

  • We Are Not Expendables

    • Video Editor - Documentary

    In the midst of the horrific murders of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Breonna Taylor, many of us felt the added, parallel deep pain of Spc. Vanessa Guillén, a missing and murdered Latina soldier on Fort Hood, one of the largest, most dangerous military bases in the United States. The Guillén family's relentless pursuit of justice has become a rallying cry across the nation. Since launching our campaign to #ShutDownFortHood months ago, we’ve seen the power of survivors, helped compel a Congressional delegation, invigorated pressure for base training to be halted, and even saw one of Fort Hood's top commanders relieved of his post.

All Services

Production Support

  • Non-Fiction Film Director
  • Editorial Photographer / Photojournalist
  • Portrait Photographer

Post-Production

  • Video Editor - Commercial
  • Video Editor - Documentary
  • Video Editor - News

Jonathan's Clients

  • Working Families Party

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