Director of Photography Career Profile uploaded

I didn’t want to let this actually important work-related stuff fall through the cracks in between a pair of Fire Emblem Heroes posts after seeing it come through my email, so welcome to lucky post number two for the night.

The Career Profile I wrote on being a Director of Photography finally got put up on Gladeo’s website today!

If you recall, a few weeks ago I wrote a Spotlight on Alexxiss Jackson. She’s a freelance DP who has won a number of awards for her work on films, music videos and more. That piece was interesting because it was really the first (features-style) profile of that sort I had cobbled together using interview answers from text rather than actually talking to them in person or over the phone.

The follow-up to that piece was a full Career Profile on Directors of Photography that I, again, used some notes from her that I received over an interview form to create. In a much less significant capacity, however.

Career Profiles are built more on research through places like the Bureau of Labor statistics after all. So this is a ‘research with a side of interview’ than a Q&A like the Spotlight.

If you want to check out the profile, take a look jump on into the rabbit hole through this link here, or head on over to the right-side of the blog to see my full archive of work for Gladeo!

Since the experimental stuff worked so well with Alexxiss, I’m sure more Profiles/Spotlights will start to roll in via some connections Gladeo has been making. In that case, look forward to some more frequent work uploads hopefully coming soon.

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