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Ok so everyone has been hearing about Georgia’s great tax credits to filmmakers. A lot of Hollywood studios have been relocating or opening divisions here in Georgia. An enterprising county decided to get in on some of the 1.5 Billion in film industry money that was spent in Georgia in the past few years. Smart move. Although it still leaves out the Independent Filmmakers but it’s great for the Hollywood class!

If you don’t know already, Mark SQuared is a Resource and Production Studio that provides INDEPENDENT MEDIA MAKERS with talent, equipment, resources, and knowledge to UnBox their creative visions. They are there to assist in the production process of short films, stage plays, and special event showcases to full feature movies. Their resource center is where you can meet and work with talented actors, directors, musicians, designers, stylist, film crews, and photographers all in one central location. They provide an exclusive studio rental space which includes CYC wall, green screen area, rehearsal/casting call room, and photography area. Becoming a member will allow you certain discounts and benefits of the facility.

I personally had a great experience with Mark SQuared while doing a music video project and they made my some what chaotic situation more bearable.  They are conscientious, patient and they understand the business.  Headed by Karlotta Washington, DreQuan Medallion and Tiffany Roberts they are expanding, growing to meet the needs of the independent media makers market and are also poised to be an integral part of Georgia’s growing media creative community. So if you are an out of the box thinker or even an in the box thinker, Mark SQuared is where you need to be, to Unbox Your Creativity!

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After getting into this thing called cinematography I figured out after being involved in some project that I wanted to try my hand at being a Directory of Photography. I love the things involved with setting up a scene and lighting and getting the shots. Obviously when you are a one man show you have to wear a lot of hats but in this case I decided to stick with the things I am passionate about, filming, lighting and of course sound. Editing is a different beast all together, I do it because I have to, but I’ve learned a lot in that area too. All these things take time and together makes a film what it is, a long with a script of course outlining what the film is about. Then you have directors and actors/actresses before you know it, you are like Universal Studios.

I have noticed that you can get a lot done when you put the right people and minds together and you can create something wonderful!