George has been an instructor in Filmmaking for 15 years between The Art Institute of Houston’s BFA program in Digital Film & Video Production and Houston Community College. He teaches storytelling, screenwriting, acting & directing, editing, sound design, and cinematography. George has an undergraduate degree in Theatre from the University of Houston and an MFA in Film from Columbia University.
Working as a freelance writer, director, cinematographer, and editor, George uses a strong narrative approach to his craft. He brings this craft and an intense thoughtfulness to the table with all of his work.
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While Kerianne has been a Camera Assistant and Focus Puller for over 10 years, her current focus is on Cinematography. She has filmed a number of award winning short films and countless other narrative promotional films for start ups and non profits. Kerianne filmed two feature films, Acid Test with director Jenny Waldo, and the LifeTime movie What Happened To My Sister? with director Michelle Mower.
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