Aquaphor makes the unbearable a little more bearable by soothing skin irritated by radiation during cancer treatment.
I was asked to join this project two weeks before the day of the shoot. Due to some problems with group members, they were in need of a producer that could help them find props, help with scheduling, create call sheets, and make sure that the shoot went smoothly.
This has been my most difficult shoot to date, as I was trying to get up to speed and get the shoot back on track when the team had fallen a bit behind the production timeline. With organization and reaching out to unexpected places, I was able to help the team pull off a shoot that matched their vision, without running too behind on time.
Found props and scouted large furniture pieces, and coordinated transporting them to the set
Made quick decisions to ensure that the shoot would run smoothly, even though there wasn't much time to prepare beforehand
Sent out call sheets for days and nights on set with all the necessary details and an hour-by-hour schedule
Organized lunch and craft for over 15 cast and crew
Assisted in art direction and set dressing for the bedroom, which was the most extensive scene of the shoot
DIRECTOR: Andrew Rhee
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Tim Thompson
COPYWRITER: Hailey Skinner
ART DIRECTORS: Ashlyn Elgrenn & Navia Taylor Jensen
PRODUCER: Madi Hill