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B A C K G R O U N D

Born in Calgary, Alberta, as a young child I left Canada and moved to the South Pacific. For six years I lived in Papua New Guinea where I attended local schools and traveled to many remote areas and witnessed a very diverse way of life. In 1997 I moved to the Fiji Islands where I attended an international school and participated in many community and cultural activities. I have been very fortunate to grow up with friends from all over the world and have had many unique opportunities to learn about different traditions and cultures. I now currently live in Winnipeg.

C I N E M A T O G R A P H Y

Through my production company, Summit2Sea Pictures, I specialize in underwater cinematography and I am constantly thriving to achieve different 'film looks' under a world we rarely see. Based in Winnipeg, Summit2Sea Pictures provides producers and clients with all the necessary tools for a successful shoot in Winnipeg or anywhere in the world. Anything from super 8 to 35mm, handicam to the new digital RED. I try to incorporate my experiences of the South Pacific in my work as much as I can.

More information? noooahtaylor@gmail.com

August 8, 2008

Whatever It Was

video

Just got back from a month in Windsor filming an indie feature film called 'Whatever It Was', directed by Dylan Pearce. I worked closely with cinematographer Andrew Scholotiuk who filmed on the Panasonic Varicam in HD with a Canon 4.7x11 cine lens. The footage looks beautiful. We shot at over 30 locations around Windsor. I also got my hands on the new RED camera at Suede Productions in Windsor - its an amazing camera! Test shot in 120 fps at 2K... WOW! Whatever It Was is scheduled to be released in November in time for the Windsor International Film Festival.

www.whateveritwas.ca

Feature: "Whatever It Was"
Director: Dylan Pearce
Cinematography: Andrew Scholotiuk
1st Camera Assistant: Noah Taylor
Camera: Panasonic Varicam HD with Canon 4.7x11 Cine Zoom Lens
Format: 1920x1080 HD

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