Trec Rental is a fantastic camera, digital accessories, lighting and grip rental house who really came through for me and donated so much to the Green Screening event. Thank-you for the beautiful L Glass Canon Lenses and so many Kinos.
I recommend working with them so here are their details: http://www.trecrental.com/
435 West 18th Street, between 9 and 10 Avenues
They also have a Brooklyn location:
131 North 14th Street, between Kent and Wythe
718 349 2740
Xeno is a great full service, lighting and grip equipment rental company located in lower Manhattan. I want to thank them for their generosity in supplying the specialty equipment that we couldn't have done this project without. They have been a part of everything I have ever worked on. They know everything and have everything.
Please consider them for your next job, here's their info:
1 Worth Street
New York, NY 10013
212 941 9494
Thank-yous also go out also to David Berman, a talented DP whose professional eye was invaluable throughout this shoot (and most other things I've directed this year!) Thanks bro, you're my sherpa to the peaks.
Jake Kader is a writer and director who I have known for many years, from back in VA. Thanks so much for your hands-on camera work, ideas, and support in this process. It was great to have you on set.
Please take a look at his excellent reel: http://www.jacobkader.com
Michael Tai was a major asset to Green Screening, he is an up-and-coming videographer with mad skills. He built this beautiful website, and he has a smart website of his own, too. Check it out.
Roy Nowlin is an all around production set super hero. Thank You for building out the recording studio with green screen. The second you said you could do it, was the second it was lift off.
Zandy Mangold is an incredible photographer whose work I admire greatly. Thanks for setting up the photobooth, it was a huge success. Visit his site for more music, but also some desert marathons...
James Wall was the greenest of the green at Green Screening, yet he stepped up to the plate and operated camera wonderfully. Look out for him in the future.
Matt Bockelman is a brilliant producer/cinematographer/editor who loaned his very own Kino Flo Diva light to me for this shoot.
Check out his top work at http://www.mattbockelman.com/
To my executive producer and amazing girlfriend, Georgia, who could not stop coming up with ideas, Thank You.
Finally, THANK YOU to everyone who donated via Kickstarter. Green-Screening is for you.