I am a freelance Cinematographer and editor with over six years of experience who is incredibly excited by the opportunity to tell immersive stories in an age where video on demand is so integral to the way all businesses and brands and individuals communicate. Let's connect and find a way to create something we can respect. I have a wide variety of skills ranging from shooting high quality short form video content to editing high-end commercial assets. I have worked with production teams as head of department in diverse contexts, from film sets through to music video shoots and documentaries. Previous projects include a feature film shot entirely in the Moroccan desert and an investigative documentary into the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh. I have either conceptualised or worked on video advertisement campaigns for major fashion brands such as COACH, Lacoste and What We Wear. I have also created backstage content for music artists such as Tinie Tempah, Big Tobz and Tokio Myers and corporate interview content for Sony, Imhotep Music and Clas Ohlson. More details on these projects including linked videos to watch are listed on my website www.romyn.com. From a technical aspect, I have recently trained for a year under top industry experts at the National Film and Television School. During this time I elevated my skills in camera operation, lighting and focus pulling and gained industry grade ability in using both Adobe Premiere Pro and DaVinci Resolve. Please see the link below for an example of a music video I recently shot on a RED camera, edited in Premiere and colour graded in DaVinci Resolve. On this shoot I was in charge of a team of five people including two camera assistants, one runner and two assistant directors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUmxZEd8CTI Romyn Raj Sharma E: firstname.lastname@example.orgLocked Pro Plan feature
I have recently trained for a year under top industry experts at the National Film and Television School. During this time I elevated my skills in camera operation, lighting and focus pulling.