David R. Gutierrez
-Summary- Motivate Film Crew Member able to learn and adapt to new crew roles. Works well with other crew members. Learn more new challenges doing grip work this is what I really like. -Highlights- Grip have two main functions. First work closely with the camera department, provide camera support, camera dollies, and camera cranes. Second main of grips work closely with the electrical department to create lighting set-ups which includes: tripods, tracks, jibs, and static rigs. -Experience - July 1-3, 2016 | City of Roswell “Galcticon” worked with camera and did grip work. -Aug 6, 2016 | City of Roswell “PSA” Active Shooter worked as grip and camera. -Aug 9, 2016 | “UFO Museum” interview work as a grip setting up camera. -Sept 10-11, 2016 | “Hector Productions” Promo video Short Film (Sith) did grip on set. -Oct 19-20, 2016 | International Music Video with Camp Claude from France work as a grip. -Oct 29, 2016 | City of Roswell “PSA” Court House Interview with Judge Moreno worked as a grip. -Nov 17-18, 2016 | Cutter Productions from New York City Lenovo “Phob 2" Video Game work as a grip did runs for the film crew. -Dec 5-16, 2016 | “Film Life Factory” ASTRO from Hollywood, California worked as a grip and did runs for the actors.
Seeking entry level position in the New Mexico film industry. I am hard working, enthusiastic, and attentive to detail, as well as ambitious and a quick, adept learner. ENTERTAINMENT EXPERIENCE: OZ Arts – Nashville, Tennessee - Public Relations Associate, Logistical “Stage” Manager Neely Auditorium – Vanderbilt University Theater - House Manager Southern Word – Nashville, Tennessee - Student Outreach Coordinator Vanderbilt Spoken Word - Creative Writing Mentor. EDUCATION: Vanderbilt University School of Engineering – Nashville, Tennessee Bachelor of Science & Engineering; Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. New Mexico Military Institute – Roswell, New Mexico High School Diploma – December 2014 Highest Honors.
He began his love for music at age 5 being classically trained in piano and later vocally. His love for theater was birthed at age 7 in productions. He starred in lead roles early on and started directing/writing by junior high. Skills in the arts include acting, directing, producing, set design, singing, writing, graphic design, video editing, photography, amongst others while administration, service training, efficiencies and public speaking are business strengths and has performed/spoke in front of small crowds to numbers in the thousands. He served a decade as a youth pastor before working professional business in Dallas in 2001. In 2011 he and his wife founded RELICWOOD MEDIA providing photography, design and film products. He is author of the published book, SIN’S CURE – NO MORE PICKING FRUIT, DESTROYING THE ROOT. Notable film credits: SUBJECT 413 Short Film – Actor, CAMP Feature Film – Associate Producer & Actor, THE ROSWELL PROJECT Feature Film – Producer & Actor, TAILED Film Series – Producer, Director, Writer, Actor, AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ROSWELL – Documentary, Producer, Director, DP, Editor. He serves on the Roswell Museum & Arts Board, Roswell Chamber of Commerce Board and New Mexico Film Foundation Advisory Board. He is the President/CEO of the Roswell Film Festival. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5549314/
Projects: Worked on many film, commercial, and independent projects from 05 - present (2017) in various stages of production from preproduction to postproduction. Most recently Astro (2016), Google Commercial (2016). Graduated with a BA in Film/Video at Columbia College Chicago (2011). Graduated with AA in Graphic Design at ENMU-R (2016). Programs With Knowledge In: Premiere Pro, Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Final Cut Pro, Movie Magic, Excel. 505-603-4792
Johnnie Hector was born on April 24, 1975 in Roswell, New Mexico, USA. He is an actor and director, known for No Country for Old Men (2007), Brothers (2009) and The Keeper(2009).
Second semester film student in at ENMU-Roswell, and I am very eager to work. Experience: Acting (Lenovo Commercial), PA, set decoration, and lighting (student films). | 575-626-5185