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Class of 2021

Hello and thanks for stopping by!

My name is Addison Cole. My immediate professional goal is to join a team of videographers or cinematographers who create high-quality industrial or entertainment productions. In preparation, I am actively pursuing an internship for the summer of 2020, and welcome the opportunity to discuss how I can benefit your company while I learn more about this exciting industry.

An unexpected turn of events in 2018, during what would have been my junior year at James Madison University, let me learn first-hand about, as Author Fred Lee so aptly described, “…the Disney organization’s obsessive dedication to making the best possible impression on guests,” as a full-time cast member at Walt Disney World.

My time as volunteer camera operator for Grace Church while in Orlando, a Production Assistant internship at Ventana Productions in Washington, DC and my current part-time work as Production Assistant for JMU’s Breeze TV station, coupled with Disney experience creating uncompromising entertainment experiences, have made it crystal clear that my passion is to inform and entertain through motion pictures.

Between now and 2021 JMU graduation I’ll pursue my major in Digital Video and Cinema in the JMU School of Media Arts & Design (SMAD), enhance my portfolio, find the right internship for the summer of 2020, and prepare to enter the production side of the filmmaking industry.

What do I bring to the table?

My relatively broad background includes early film production work at JMU, summer 2017 Ventana Productions internship, and Grace Church and Breeze TV Production Assistant roles. Earlier experiences that add to my overall industry knowledge include years as a scenic painter, overlapping years as an actress, and occasional service as a makeup artist. So what good is back-stage and on-stage work to a cinematographer, you ask. Easy answer - I have first-hand knowledge and appreciation of the rehearsing, blocking, sawing, building, painting, lighting and micing that go into successful productions. I'm a 21-year-old with 10 years of on-the-job training!

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Part of Disney's mission is to develop the most creative, innovative entertainment experiences in the world.

My mission is to join a creative team that leaves amazed audiences saying, “WOW!”

Through study and internships over the next two years, I plan to learn enough about my craft to become an asset to a motion media production organization driven to bring their clients and audiences the best in compelling marketing and entertainment experiences.

Thanks for your interest and time reading this!  Be on the lookout for great JMU shows if you’re within driving distance of Harrisonburg, VA. You can reach me through my contact page if you need more information.

Now, Roll Cameras and GO DUKES!

Addison

 
 
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Class of 2021

Hello and thanks for stopping by!

My name is Addison Cole. My immediate professional goal is to join a team of videographers or cinematographers who create high-quality industrial or entertainment productions. In preparation, I am actively pursuing an internship for the summer of 2020, and welcome the opportunity to discuss how I can benefit your company while I learn more about this exciting industry.

An unexpected turn of events in 2018, during what would have been my junior year at James Madison University, let me learn first-hand about, as Author Fred Lee so aptly described, “…the Disney organization’s obsessive dedication to making the best possible impression on guests,” as a full-time cast member at Walt Disney World.

My time as volunteer camera operator for Grace Church while in Orlando, a Production Assistant internship at Ventana Productions in Washington, DC and my current part-time work as Production Assistant for JMU’s Breeze TV station, coupled with Disney experience creating uncompromising entertainment experiences, have made it crystal clear that my passion is to inform and entertain through motion pictures.

Between now and 2021 JMU graduation I’ll pursue my major in Digital Video and Cinema in the JMU School of Media Arts & Design (SMAD), enhance my portfolio, find the right internship for the summer of 2020, and prepare to enter the production side of the filmmaking industry.

What do I bring to the table?

My relatively broad background includes early film production work at JMU, summer 2017 Ventana Productions internship, and Grace Church and Breeze TV Production Assistant roles. Earlier experiences that add to my overall industry knowledge include years as a scenic painter, overlapping years as an actress, and occasional service as a makeup artist. So what good is back-stage and on-stage work to a cinematographer, you ask. Easy answer - I have first-hand knowledge and appreciation of the rehearsing, blocking, sawing, building, painting, lighting and micing that go into successful productions. I'm a 21-year-old with 10 years of on-the-job training!

Part of Disney's mission is to develop the most creative, innovative entertainment experiences in the world.

My mission is to join a creative team that leaves amazed audiences saying, “WOW!”

Through study and internships over the next two years, I plan to learn enough about my craft to become an asset to a motion media production organization driven to bring their clients and audiences the best in compelling marketing and entertainment experiences.

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Thanks for your interest and time reading this!  Be on the lookout for great JMU shows if you’re within driving distance of Harrisonburg, VA. You can reach me through my contact page if you need more information.

Now, Roll Cameras and GO DUKES!

Addison

 
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Class of 2021

Hello and thanks for stopping by!

My name is Addison Cole. My immediate professional goal is to join a team of videographers or cinematographers who create high-quality industrial or entertainment productions. In preparation, I am actively pursuing an internship for the summer of 2020, and welcome the opportunity to discuss how I can benefit your company while I learn more about this exciting industry.

An unexpected turn of events in 2018, during what would have been my junior year at James Madison University, let me learn first-hand about, as Author Fred Lee so aptly described, “…the Disney organization’s obsessive dedication to making the best possible impression on guests,” as a full-time cast member at Walt Disney World.

My time as volunteer camera operator for Grace Church while in Orlando, a Production Assistant internship at Ventana Productions in Washington, DC and my current part-time work as Production Assistant for JMU’s Breeze TV station, coupled with Disney experience creating uncompromising entertainment experiences, have made it crystal clear that my passion is to inform and entertain through motion pictures.

Between now and 2021 JMU graduation I’ll pursue my major in Digital Video and Cinema in the JMU School of Media Arts & Design (SMAD), enhance my portfolio, find the right internship for the summer of 2020, and prepare to enter the production side of the filmmaking industry.

What do I bring to the table?

My relatively broad background includes early film production work at JMU, summer 2017 Ventana Productions internship, and Grace Church and Breeze TV Production Assistant roles. Earlier experiences that add to my overall industry knowledge include years as a scenic painter, overlapping years as an actress, and occasional service as a makeup artist. So what good is back-stage and on-stage work to a cinematographer, you ask. Easy answer - I have first-hand knowledge and appreciation of the rehearsing, blocking, sawing, building, painting, lighting and micing that go into successful productions. I'm a 21-year-old with 10 years of on-the-job training!

Part of Disney's mission is to develop the most creative, innovative entertainment experiences in the world.

My mission is to join a creative team that leaves amazed audiences saying, “WOW!”

Through study and internships over the next two years, I plan to learn enough about my craft to become an asset to a motion media production organization driven to bring their clients and audiences the best in compelling marketing and entertainment experiences.

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Thanks for your interest and time reading this!  Be on the lookout for great JMU shows if you’re within driving distance of Harrisonburg, VA. You can reach me through my contact page if you need more information.

Now, Roll Cameras and GO DUKES!

Addison

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Class of 2021

Hello and thanks for stopping by!

My name is Addison Cole. My immediate professional goal is to join a team of videographers or cinematographers who create high-quality industrial or entertainment productions. In preparation, I am actively pursuing an internship for the summer of 2020, and welcome the opportunity to discuss how I can benefit your company while I learn more about this exciting industry.

An unexpected turn of events in 2018, during what would have been my junior year at James Madison University, let me learn first-hand about, as Author Fred Lee so aptly described, “…the Disney organization’s obsessive dedication to making the best possible impression on guests,” as a full-time cast member at Walt Disney World.

My time as volunteer camera operator for Grace Church while in Orlando, a Production Assistant internship at Ventana Productions in Washington, DC and my current part-time work as Production Assistant for JMU’s Breeze TV station, coupled with Disney experience creating uncompromising entertainment experiences, have made it crystal clear that my passion is to inform and entertain through motion pictures.

Between now and 2021 JMU graduation I’ll pursue my major in Digital Video and Cinema in the JMU School of Media Arts & Design (SMAD), enhance my portfolio, find the right internship for the summer of 2020, and prepare to enter the production side of the filmmaking industry.

What do I bring to the table?

My relatively broad background includes early film production work at JMU, summer 2017 Ventana Productions internship, and Grace Church and Breeze TV Production Assistant roles. Earlier experiences that add to my overall industry knowledge include years as a scenic painter, overlapping years as an actress, and occasional service as a makeup artist.

So what good is back-stage and on-stage work to a cinematographer, you ask. Easy answer - I have first-hand knowledge and appreciation of the rehearsing, blocking, sawing, building, painting, lighting and micing that go into successful productions. I'm a 21-year-old with 10 years of on-the-job training!

Part of Disney's mission is to develop the most creative, innovative entertainment experiences in the world.

My mission is to join a creative team that leaves amazed audiences saying, “WOW!”

Image

Through study and internships over the next two years, I plan to learn enough about my craft to become an asset to a motion media production organization driven to bring their clients and audiences the best in compelling marketing and entertainment experiences.

Thanks for your interest and time reading this!  Be on the lookout for great JMU shows if you’re within driving distance of Harrisonburg, VA. You can reach me through my contact page if you need more information.

Now, Roll Cameras and GO DUKES!

Addison