20 Pieces of Grip

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
7pm – 9pm (PST)
2-3 hours <br />on 1 evening
class size
3-8 people
This class focuses on the top 20 pieces of grip equipment you should carry with you to get the right light in the right place in the right way. Stressing the proper approach to lighting location sets with a small crew and touching on the ability of light to create emotional support for any script. This workshop will prepare you for renting or buying the perfect kit for lighting your project.

You'll need
All you will need to bring along is:

  • Pencil/notepad
Robert Elvin holds degrees from the University of Minnesota (BA), City College of San Francisco (AA) and the San Francisco Art Institute (BFA). He has photographed and filmed in the Bay Area since 1983. Since 1988 he has been a lighting instructor at various institutions including the San Francisco Photography Center, Rayko Photo Center and The Academy of Art.

For the last ten years he has worked primarily with motion picture lighting and has been the principal technical support person for Photographers Lighting in San Francisco. Bob has also appeared in the credits of numerous independent productions; most recently Coffee and Languages’ production “Love and Demons” in 2014 and “reVisions”,  released in October of 2016.