The 2018 Elections have wrapped up and the votes have been counted. We had a great group of candidates and are proud that so many members of the Community are interested in serving on the Board. We are encouraged by the energy of the new group and look forward to raising the bar for the Colorado Film & Television community. This year’s new Board of Directors include:
Cassie is the on-camera director and talent agent at Wilhelmina Denver. Cassie works daily with actors to help them book jobs and grow in their craft. Cassie is a very active member of the community, she is the vice president and the events chair for the CFVA and is a member of Women in Film and Media Colorado.
Breck operates primarily as a Director of Photography and Camera Operator for network news organizations, episodic television programs, entertainment, and music related projects. Larson also produces, production coordonates, edits, jib operates, and works in just about every capacity of the ENG and EFP video business.
Chuck is an award winning cinematographer and also a producer, writer and director who has done work for: MTV, Entrepreneur magazine, PBS, AOL, The Downtown Denver Partnership and many others.
A Denver native, went to college at CU Boulder, and have lived in Denver since graduating. Brian has icy cold Rocky Mountain blood pumping through his 300-days-of-sunburns-a-year body, and is looking forward to putting his 8 years of networking in production to good use here on the home front.
INDIANA MEZTA –
Indiana is currently studying Film and Studio Art at the University of Colorado Denver and holds a position with Tanner Gibas Media as a video editor. She volunteers at and attends many film and video events such as the Denver, Boulder, and Telluride Horror Film Festival. She am always trying to find film and art events to participate in.
SAMUEL JOHNSON –
As both a Director and Cinematographer, Sam works swiftly, intimately, and decisively — traveling with subjects through their stories to achieve a true understanding of their character and values. Sam brings a hybrid documentary and fine art sensibility to the process that allows him to capture mood, movement, emotion, and beauty while also inspiring unaffected and natural performances.