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"...I'm going to hire her again!" - Alan Caso, ASC Career Achievement in Television award winner
LOS ANGELES, CA, May 29, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Women in Media (WiM) had a #HireTheseWomen lunch with American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Career Achievement in Television award winner, Alan Caso at Canon Burbank earlier this month. This #HireTheseWomen lunch paired women working in the Camera or Grip & Electric department with Alan, who is looking to hire more women and women with diversity. The lunch allows a small batch of women to network with a person in a position to hire them.
Alan Caso is known for his work on Six Feet Under, The Americans, Hawaii 5-0, American Gothic, and the new Roswell among others. Alan Caso has 4 Primetime Emmy Nominations, 2 ASC awards, and two ASC nominations on top of that. While speaking with Tema Staig, Executive Director of Women in Media, Alan had the following to say, "The most inspiring Directors I work with almost across the board are women. They bring in something different, something new. Just the way they see life, and the way they see narrative is refreshing."
Alan Caso had attended a previous #HireTheseWomen event in January and hired a Women in Media member from that meeting named Shanele Alvarez. He said, "She was great! Shanele had been very on top of staying in touch since the meeting we had. She had a great reel and I just think she shows a lot of pizzazz and really has great taste so we brought her in from LA to shoot on Roswell… I'm going to hire her again!
"We are proud to host Women In Media at Canon Burbank; our new state of the art, creative and technical space, for this #HireTheseWomen lunch," says Amy Kawadler, Senior Pro Markets Specialist. "This great organization brings together working women, above and below the line, to bring parity and to grow opportunities for women in the film and TV industry. We are excited and inspired to support this vibrant community and look forward to hosting many more events together."
Women In Media is a 501(c)(3) that encourages gender balance in film and entertainment industries by providing networking, professional development, and advocacy for above and below the line women and all genders who love making movies with them. Women In Media is an intersectional group of women and woman identifying crew members in the film, television, and new media industries. They are known for their female crew list. For more information on Women In Media including sponsorship opportunities, please go to www.womennmedia.com.
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