Photography at it's Finest...
Jason Cremasco ~ PhotographerIn 2001, Jason began taking classes with locally based, award-winning photographer Ross Davidson Pilon and got hooked on the medium. Jason found that his natural eye, keen sense of positioning and technical merit made him a natural photographer and as a result, he started his own photography business in 2007. At roughly the same time, he worked on his first film as a zombie extra for the Guelph-based remake of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD by Reese Eveneshen. Jason then met Amanda Lee Scott and they combined their efforts into creating See Photography. With Synn Studios, Jason directed a volunteer film for the Meals on Wheels program, and helped create the acclaimed short “Environmental Science” for the Ed Video Media Arts Centre’s 24-Hour Filmmaking Competition.
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Adam A. Donaldson ~ Publicist & PhotographerAdam is an experienced writer, journalist, filmmaker, photographer and promoter working in Guelph. Currently he’s Editor-at-Large for the Arts & Entertainment e-zine Lucid Forge, Editor of the local arts focused In Magazine, and political columnist for Echo Weekly. Adam embarked on a filmmaking career in 2007 with the mocumentary short film SPOOKY KIDS, and was recently co-director of “Environmental Science” for the Ed Video Media Arts Centre 24-Hour Filmmaking Contest, as well as director of a volunteer video Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre in Puslinch. We also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming World War I drama, SMOKE. He’s also been the set photographer for over a dozen Guelph-made films, which will be compiled into an art show in Spring 2010. In the Guelph community, Adam is a member of the Ed Video Board of Directors and is a program volunteer for Guelph Museums.
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