Mike Sutton AKA @MNS1974 Joins The WOC Crew.

Cameras

Mike Sutton AKA @MNS1974 will be joining the Wide Open Camera crew as a new contributor. Mike has a vast knowledge of camera systems and shoots some amazing commercial cinematography. He reigns from the East Coast and will add that no nonsense edge to our website. Please join me in welcoming him to the WOC family. He will be posting regularly in the Skid Row section of our blog. Look for new and exciting posts every week. Mike also designs some killer AKS.

Click here to check it out on his site @MNS1974.

Click here to follow @MNS1974 on Twitter.

Click here to check out Mike’s Vimeo page.

BIO:

Mike’s vast experience as a shooter and editor combined with his extensive technical and hands on knowledge of film and video cameras, lensing, support, accessories and workflows provides a comprehensive understanding of production and post-production solutions. With hands on experience on dozens of commercials, music videos, independent films, corporate and spec spots, he has developed a reputation as one of the top go to guys for advising on film/video and high-speed projects in New England with over 20 years in the business as a director of photography, A Camera Op, Steadicam operator and editor.  In addition to having his own camera accessory and support product line @MNS1974, he is often beta testing NLE software and field testing camera gear for several companies.

Mike also works at Rule Boston Camera and currently shoots for Jaguar Land Rover USA.

Clients include but are not limited to:  Viacom, Federal Bureau of Investigations, US ARMY, CBS, NBC, ABC, Warner Brothers, MTV, VH1, Showtime, CBS, FOX, The Discovery Channel, TLC, Miramax, A&E, Wax Trax Records, Caravan Pictures, Disney, Saatchi & Saatchi, McKinney & Silver, Kempertrautmann, Ford Racing, Audi and Jaguar Land Rover of North America to name a few.

 

Jared Abrams
Jared Abrams is a cinematographer based in Hollywood, California. After many years as a professional camera assistant he switched over to still photography. About two years ago a new Canon camera changed the way the world sees both motion and still photography. He just happened to be in the right place at the right time.