Here is a New York Times article reviewing Florida Girls Season 1 on Pop TV that featured some of my Unit Stills Photography. Florida Girls was an absolute blast to work on, the cast was great and the writing was amazing. There was no short supply of hysterical things to photograph throughout the filming of this show. Looking forward to Season 2!
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Check out the trailer for The Peanut Butter Falcon (2019). I was the Unit Still Photographer for this film and shot the thumbnail image featured below. This was a magical film to be apart of. Getting to work with so many amazing talent at the top of their game was an absolute privilege. I photographed Shia LaBeouf, Zak Gottsagen, Dakota Johnson, John Hawkes, Thomas Haden Church, and Bruce Dern throughout the course of the film just to name a few.
I am excited to announce that the trailer for Florida Girls (2019) has been released. This was a hilarious show to work on and I can’t wait till it comes out. Here are three promotion images that I shot that were released with the trailer. Click the link to check out the trailer on Deadline.com - https://deadline.com/video/florida-girls-trailer-premiere-date-laura-chinn/?fbclid=IwAR0_-_OeTo_17rZMLfSwg9_lYUgiKwXUKEWiWDwFhLPglpoE-rfz3Mk2XgM
I had the opportunity to do photography for Hallmark’s Hall of Fame film Love Takes Flight (2019). Nikki Deloach, Jeff Hephner, Barbara Niven, and Tom Thon were all amazing to work with. Thanks Barbara Niven for having Savannah Coffee Roasters come to set! Click the link bellow to see the full gallery of images.
Here is a promotional still I photographed, from Hallmark's upcoming film, Love to the Rescue (2019). This is the third film directed by Steven R. Monroe I have worked on. He is an amazing director and he knows exactly what he wants. These films are enjoyable to work on and the cast is always fantastic. Click on the image to see all 17 images from the gallery.
The Nikon F3 is one of my all time favorite cameras and hands down my favorite SLR. I use this camera whenever I want to give some old school flare to an image. I have put so many rolls of Ilford HP5 Plus and Cine Still film through this camera it’s not even funny.
• Nikon F3 - This camera is seriously fun to shoot and has an amazing legacy. The Nikon F3 was the first Nikon camera to have the red stripe under the shutter button, a signature feature on many Nikon cameras. This is because of the efforts of Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro who styled the camera. Giugiaro is also known for designing the DeLorean. The F3 was used to shoot a portion of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) during the mine cart scene. By adding a motor drive and film magazine they were able to shoot the miniatures for the scene. NASA also had a partnership with Nikon to make 50 of the “NASA F3” a camera that was used by astronauts to create images in space.Read More
The Sony RX100 VA is a fantastic little camera I picked up to use for tight spaces, dolly, and jib shots. Paired with the SmallRig Cage Kit this is a fantastic little piece of gear. Always a joy when I get to take this camera out and use it on set.Read More
Back in 2016 I was interview by MovieMaker Magazine about working as a filmmaker in Savannah, GA for their Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker 2016: Top 10 Small Cities and Towns.
See link here - https://www.sethfjohnson.com/blog/2017/4/22/moviemaker-magazine-best-places-to-live-and-work-as-a-moviemaker-2016-top-10-small-cities-and-towns
Now for the 4th year in a row my home town of Savannah, GA has made the list and one of my still images has been featured in the article. This image is from the set of Emperor (2019). A civil war drama which I think will prove to be amazing once it is released.Read More
Images I took for Sky TV's Living the Dream will be featured in this months issue of The British Society of Cinematographers!
I am currently doing still photography for the film Galveston (2018) shooting here in Savannah! "ScreenDaily" just released this article featuring one of my stills of Ben Foster!
Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story was the first film I was able to do unit stills photography for. The image on the left is mine. It was so exciting knowing I was able to be apart of the poster image!