Greetings! My name is Jacqueline Lehr and I am a freelance Cinematographer and Camera Assistant. I was born in Marin County, which is located a few minutes north of San Francisco, CA. Upon graduating high school, I moved to Bordeaux, France to work as an au pair before I began my studies. I have been studying digital and film photography, film production, cinematography, and lighting design since I picked up my first camera at the age of 8. I am currently working towards my Bachelor of Arts in Film Production with an emphasis in Cinematography at California State University, Northridge. Since enrolling in school, I have been the Cinematographer on several class projects, as well as 1st and 2nd Camera Assistant on film projects from my school, as well as The American Film Institute, UCLA, and other various independent productions. After graduation, I plan on entering the work force as a Camera Assistant and Gaffer and then working my way up to Cinematographer on bigger productions.
I am honored to be a part of Death Is No Bad Friend not only because the author is a very talented friend of mine, but the story itself intrigued me. The story of Robert Louis Stevenson is a fascinating tale of a talented man who has no fear of death, which is a mysterious quirk for anyone to have in the face of death. This film will be created under our new production company entitled, Siren’s Gaze Productions, which was born at Cannes Film Festival in May 2013. At the festival I met many talented filmmakers and storytellers and learned the ropes of one of the largest film festivals in the world. It was a valuable learning experience to be able to meet and greet with the famous filmmakers that sparked my interest in the film production process from an early age.
From the entire crew of Siren’s Gaze Productions, we greatly appreciate your time in getting to know our project and we hope to have inspired you to get involved!
Andy Marceau: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt1wIYaql1Y
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