From Capital to Crash

From Capital to Crash

Above: Along the Street Front. West Washington Market, New York City, 1903. March 10, 2022 This week’s post was written by Danielle Schwartz. This week we prepared to bridge the gap between pre-production and production. That means coordinating crews, equipment,...
A Crash Course in Cameras

A Crash Course in Cameras

March 3, 2022 Before our production crew scatters across parts of New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, Professor Lou Guarneri delivered a crash course in what he knows best: working with cameras. The three cameras we’ll work with are: Sony NX80 Canon EOS RP Canon...
The Lay of the Land

The Lay of the Land

February 24, 2022 This week’s post was written by Emily Teixeira. The documentary team is only weeks away from production. Right now, the team is knee deep in research and preparations, but soon enough, they will be heading out to film. But where exactly will the...
Deep Dives and Algae Blooms

Deep Dives and Algae Blooms

February 17, 2022 This week’s post was written by Emily Teixeira. This week, the team took a deep dive into oyster biology and the art of story development. Dr. Maria Luskay presented the Seven Steps of Developing a Creative Concept, where she outlined the...
A Labor of Love

A Labor of Love

February 10, 2022 On the shore of the Nantucket Sound in Dennisport sits a restaurant named among the 100 Most Scenic Restaurants in America by OpenTable. Many consider this restaurant the best on the Cape: The Ocean House. The critically acclaimed venue offers fine...