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  12 December 2016
Hi David,

Thank you for reply! Some of your answers are important to me for my future so I am grateful for your reply. I also had another query, I wanted to work remotely in the future because we live very far from each other, also it makes communication easier. What do you think?

I also wanted to get in touch with Amy, would that be possible? If you could give me her email address or I could forward mine.
 
  12 December 2016
Originally Posted by Monzer1: Hi David,

Thank you for reply! Some of your answers are important to me for my future so I am grateful for your reply. I also had another query, I wanted to work remotely in the future because we live very far from each other, also it makes communication easier. What do you think?

I also wanted to get in touch with Amy, would that be possible? If you could give me her email address or I could forward mine.


No problem!

Amy's design page is here, you can check out her work and give her a message! https://www.facebook.com/Amy-Duarte...29475400572544/

Regarding working remotely, depends on the studio and project, as many need people working on site for speed, trust or security reasons. Most remote working artists can do so due to their experience and reputation for doing good work on their own too...so a few factors but it's definitely possible!

David
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  08 August 2017
Hi David,

I went through and read a lot of these questions, but I didn't see any answering what I was looking for so I'll go ahead and ask you some more.

What do you think is the most important thing for a lighting artist to know? Is it to work with color well? Maybe how to break down a scene? Maybe material surfaces? I ask because I'm heading into my senior year of college and I'm an aspiring lighting artist. I have some good stuff and a pretty good understanding of it all, but I would like know what professionals are expected to know what what is valuable in that setting.

Also, what do you think would be the most important thing for some at my level (still trying to make it as a professional) to know? I guess in a sense, if you were in my position what would you try and do to get the job? I've got a pretty good resume right now, and my cover letter is almost where I want it as well, but I know my reel needs some work.

Also, I enjoy photography a lot and have a few shots that I think are really nice and could help show someone that I understand aesthetics, color, etc. in the lighting area, but i'm afraid putting photography in my reel may ruin it for me. Would you consider this a no-no, or something I should go ahead and do?

Thank you for answering all of these questions, I appreciate it!
-davis
 
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