Ronald Vidor is a world class DP and "A List" camera operator. He also specializes in every rank of cinematography, including Steadicam, underwater and aerial cinematography. His credits range from JAWS and ER to scores of other films that include some of the finest actors, directors, producers and cinematographers in the craft: Steven Spielberg, Mel Gibson, Aaron Spelling, Conrad Hall, Vilmos Zsigmond and a myriad of others.
Aprile's background starting out as a designer at Walt Disney Imagineering, led to a career in film spanning over 25 years contributing to some of the most iconic movies of our time such as Oscar winning "Titanic," award winning "Alien Resurrection," and “Godzilla,” Her current client list includes Sketchers, Disney, Riot Games, Queen Mary, Warner Bros., FX, Paramount and Universal.
Tom is an experienced cameraman/DIT and talented Editor and Post Production Expert who's very creative in many areas including animation. He prides himself in keeping ahead of the game with all of the latest software and techniques. As a part of his extensive experience he's edited 100+ episodes of “Hard Knocks MMA” brand ﬁghting, and WAW/RQW wrestling, multiple movie projects, Soap operas (including the award winning 'Full Disclosure'), music videos and corporate presentations. He has created animations and has worked in conjunction with other creatives on several projects that are still in development.
Dwight D. Campbell began making films at the University of Michigan’s Residential College. His undergraduate independent degree was “Film Business and the Humanities”. His first documentary film, the “Pigeon River Forum” was for the Michigan Council for the Humanities (NEH). The film was an in depth look at Public Policy decisions surrounding a controversial Oil and Gas in a precious State Forest. Immediately following College he became an Advertising Account Executive for two local newspapers, the Alexandria Port Packet, and the Alexandria Gazette Newspaper. After a couple years he returned to graduate school. The American Film Institute introduced him to the art of dramatic storytelling and refined his camera skills and the use of lights to create moods for feature films, (Abyss, Backdraft, Out of Sight) and TV Shows (Boomtown, Las Vegas, Huff) as well as commercials (Chrysler, Jeep Outback Steak) and special venue films for the theme parks (Soaring, Ironman, Mission to Mars). He has been involved for 35 years while working on miniature sets, visual effects shots, 3D films and large format projects for theatrical release (IMAX). Currently, He is working on “Marcel” the animated feature film, which involves stop motion animation, motion control and visual effects. He works as a freelance Gaffer, or as a Keygrip and supports the Camera Department.
Born and raised in France, Andy Favre is now based in Los Angeles. Also known under his artist name Alpine Universe , his concerts have marked some of the biggest electronic music festivals in the USA such as Nocturnal Wonderland in California. In the studio, Andy has worked with Jared Leto (30 Seconds to Mars) as well as label Konvikt Muzik (Akon) and has written soundtracks for dozens of films, short-films, commercials and documentaries. His songs have been heard on national and international TV (FOX TV, E! News, Keeping Up With The Kardashians and many more) and part of his catalog is published by Universal Music. After years of practice in a variety of instruments including drums, guitar, piano and even accordion, the young composer has developed a signature sound, merging electronic dance music with symphonic orchestral sounds. His understanding of high-end recording techniques combined with a BFA in film production in Los Angeles have led Andy Favre to collaborate with moguls of today’s entertainment industry.