Carnegie Institution for Science
Washington, DC
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Production Seminar: Creating The Best Light In Any Situation

Learn about lighting techniques and equipment from a panel of professional film and TV lighting experts.  Have your questions answered with practical advice from Dennis Boni, Brad Minardi (Barbizon), Zeke Dowty  and Ross Stasfield . Moderated by Todd Clark, President, Board of Directors, TIVA. Presented in association with TIVA: Television, Internet, Video Association.

Zeke Dowty has been working professionally as a Director of Photography
and Gaffer for 15 years, working in independent film, corporate video and
television. His experience has also extended to theatrical lighting design,
event and performance lighting. He has worked alongside world class
lighting designers and with Atmosphere Lighting, New York City Lights,
Ferri Lighting Design & Associates. The skills developed over the years
across several disciplines of lighting gives him the ability to find
creative solutions to almost any problem found on location.

Ross Stansfield is an experienced stills photographer for commercial and fine art in film and digital capture. His client list includes Coca-Cola, Marriott, The Washington Post, Regardies Magazine, Scholastic Magazine, Apple Computer and many agencies and publications. Since 1990 he has worked in the motion field in film and video formats creating music videos, movie shorts (Omnifax won a Telly), promotional films and documentaries. He is currently working on films for Barbizon Lighting.


Carnegie Institution for Science (View)
Elihu Root Auditorium, 1530 P St., NW
Washington, DC 20005
United States


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Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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