Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020 In 2014, team of Native activists and allies successfully advocated for the City of Seattle to recognize the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day. That year, United Indians hosted Seattle’s first Indigenous Peoples’ Day celebration. This year, Indigenous Peoples’ Day went digital! While we can’t wait to gather in person again, you can watch …
Production Company Film First Inc Producers Jessica Edwards & Trish Dalton Director: Trish Dalton Cinematography (Seattle story) by Steve Hyde Vertical C300ii 9×16 cinematography for IGTV for Curated by Facebook. (2019)
Steve Hyde’s role in this production was as First AC on the Camera crew. He coordinated camera department resources and supported the work of Director of Photography, Zeb Smith. Production Company: Flies Collective for Google (2018) We maximized the use of (2) Arri Amira cameras on EZ Rig hand held stabalizers and a set of Zeiss Super Speed primes lenses.
Steve Hyde’s role in this commercial for Mackie Audio was as Director of Photography utilizing Dana Dolly, Sigma Art lenses and Kinoflo lighting and as live performance cinematographer in collaboration with: producer / director / camera: Adam Brown editor / camera: Jason Reid editor / 1st AC: Daren Lund with Grip and Production support from: Michael Michael Location: Crocodile Cafe …
This video was produced by Longhouse Media with the support of Seattle Foundation and King County Elections.
Executive Producer: Tracy Rector Writer / Director / Editor : Nils Cowan Cinematographer / Audio / Color: Steve Hyde
Liya was orphaned at age seven in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where she and her four year old brother wandered the streets until finding home in an orphanage. In 1999 the two children were adopted by a family in Port Townsend, Washington. Now in 2017, this documentary film is about Liya and her on-going work at the Ethiopian Community in Seattle.
Published on Feb 22, 2017
Edited by Marica Petrey
Interview by Steve Hyde
Footage courtesy of
hotel room interview with existing window light and a reflector / Canon C100 for Director Tracy Rector / Longhouse Media / Clearwater Film LLC.
When you have one camera, you make the most of it. Canon C100. This recording was work-for-hire done for Longhouse Media and Indian Country Today Media Network in November 2016 at Prarie Knights Casino, Standing Rock, Dakota.
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