“For Week 2, I woke up at 3 A.M because Jon was doing a shoot for The Paper Store in New Hampshire. I was very tired, but I was also excited; it was my first shoot ever, so I was ready for whatever. We got everything going at around 6 A.M; I helped Jon and the other interns with the dolly and then I helped Jon’s lighting assistant. Overall, I thought the shoot went smooth. I thought Jon was very professional and always on the ball going from shot to shot; we finished up at around 9 A.M. He got some action shots of shoppers and then some basic merchandise shots. I learned that it’s all about time management; you only have a certain amount of time to film, so you need to use it wisely.”
Vincenzo Cunsolo, Boston MA
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