Thanks to my colleague Jim Johnson, I had the great opportunity to work as a Production Assistant on an instructional/documentary film on Cystic Fibrosis at the Children's Hospital in downtown Seattle. We worked from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. on Saturday and a half day shoot today. It was alot of work but I had a great time and met some very interesting people. In between unloading, loading, carrying, setting up and breaking down equipment, escorting the crew, ordering lunch, working a dolly, and essentially doing whatever was requested, I got to shoot some photos. I used three cameras in all - the director of photography's camera, the director's, and my own. I think I shot close to three hundred pics! I'm uploading just a few for your viewing pleasure.
Top, left to right: Field expert/talent - Jay, Director - Jim, Producer - Natalie, Director of Photography - Eric
Middle: Mark Iguchi - lighting expert.
Bottom: Set Dresser, Mellisa, Director, Jim Johnson and Eric Browne, Director of Photography review playback on the last scene.