Kurt Lancaster is the founder of The Cinematic Image Company, where he produced videos for the National Park Service (Timpanogos National Monument in Utah), as well as documentary journalism pieces for newspapers (San Francisco Chronicle and The Christian Science Monitor), and screened documentaries at national and international film festivals.

His strength when working with clients is storytelling and crafting a cinematic image. Such work includes commercials, weddings, promotional videos, as well as documentary and fiction productions.

His shooting and editing day rate is based on the budget of the production, but typically $500-800. He consults at $150/hour.

His production package includes a Canon 5D Mark II, Tascam DR-40, tripod, shoulder rig, Sennheiser lavs and shotgun mics, Rode shotgun mics, Zeiss 25mm, 35mm, 50mm, 100mm lenses, a Canon 70-200mm L series lens, Macbook Pro, among other gear.

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