Joshua Garner

Freelance Animator & Editor

Location:Hoover, Alabama, United States
2 Skills
Software Skills –Adobe Creative Software (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Soundbooth), Final Cut Pro 7, Sound Track Pro, Blender 3D Animation, Microsoft Office Suites, Manga Studio 4 EX

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Bachelor of Art in Telecommunication and Film / Media Production Minor – Computing Tech & Applications

Grip: worked with all usual grip equipment, c-stands and lighting arrangements for independent film. Worked with 10,000 W lights, scaffolding, and special effects making rain and lightning effects

Director of Photography, First Camera, and Editor Worked with director to create promotional videos for the potential web series: “Birmingham Dark Blue”
Director of Photography: In charge of setup of shots during shoot days
First Camera: Used Canon 7D during 6 days of shooting and was in charge of footage management after shooting was completed
Editor: Used Adobe Premiere, Photoshop and After Effects to create logo special effects and promotional video for web series: 80 hours of editing

Position: Special Effects, Armor Assistant, Fight Coordinator Assistant
Headed up the special effects used during production using air-based squibs for blood effects. Assisted with armorer doing weapon checks and general function of guns. Assisted fight coordination of 150 plus people.

Position: Production / Film Assistant
Assisted in the day-to-day on-set operations for commercials, television shows and other film production projects. Work included camera and microphone set-up, boom mic operation, camera operation, camera footage import
Filmed with Cannon 7D and edited the footage in both standard and high-definition on Final Cut Pro 7 and Adobe After Effects.

Position: Production Intern
Conducted script supervision (audio script and continuity) for United States Postal Service training film, audio editing, and filmed video using a Panasonic HVX 200 camera during internship
Researched video packages extensively for United States Postal Service training videos including security sensitive material
Shot over two hours of extra footage for United States Postal Service training videos

Position: Production Intern
Worked as part of the electrical crew and grip crew. Helped set up stage equipment (mic poles, bounce reflectors, industrial lights with gels, dolly tracks, ran electrical cables to lights) for the film, After

Other Training – Maya 2011: Essential Training. Multi-faceted skills set to operate filming equipment (Canon 7D and Panasonic HVC 200), proficiency in both Mac and PC operating systems, worked on set in multiple production roles (electrical crew, grip crew, videographer, audio/boom microphone operator, film editor, color correction). Produced five-minute film, The Guardian, for 2010 Campus Movie Fest
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