Matt Vielle

It all began the summer of 1995, when I was offered a temp job at The Hamilton Studio. As an apprentice, studying under Don Hamilton and Jim Osen, I began learning the art of lighting, composition, and photography. And as my technical understanding of the craft increased, I started working with real clients, empowering me to hone my communication skills and fine-tune my photographic abilities.
Through the years I’ve moved through all departments of production – from grip to gaffer, to set designing and props, to sound and camera. Because Hamilton Studio is a “boutique” company, I’ve had the opportunity to gain experience in all facets of production.
I have developed a strong affinity for the camera department, and now work primarily as a still photographer and AC/Camera operator/DP.
The Hamilton Studio has stayed on top of technology as we moved into the digital revolution. We were early adopters of the RED systems, and maintain a strong commitment to staying current in our field.

Website:

www.hamiltonstudio.com

Projects:

  • The Failed Experiment, A Spokane Film Project Renga Production The first ever Spokane Film Project flagship project, The Failed Experiment was based on the concept of Renga style poetry. A Collaborative Poem wth Multiple authors. Each poet creates a short series of thoughts. The next poet continues the work, only having viewed the final stanza.
    A Renga does not tell the usual story.
  • Why is Film important in Washington #2 Local actors talk about their passion for filmmaking, and what they can achieve thanks to programs like the Washington FIlm Incentive.
  • Why is Film important in Washington #1 How much work does the Washington Film Incentive help bring to the state of Washington? Watch this video to hear…
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