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My Life As A Location Scout

Since the coming of digital cable and the internet, the demand for more televised programming has provided an increase of opportunities for young aspiring filmmakers, like myself, to make their own artistic mark on the motion picture business.

In 2002, I began Film School at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). Although I loved what I was studying, I remember becoming concerned with the prospect of graduating from college and not knowing how to integrate my newly acquired knowledge (and child-hood dream) with “real life”.

After interning at two different production companies, I began to understand that going to film school was only a “buffer”, or introduction, to the diverse elements of bringing a film to life, and that there was a plethora of different jobs to choose from, each focusing on its own form of art.

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