(Boston, Massachusetts--November 17, 2013) Paul Maibaum, ASC. Director of Photography for the hit FX Network series, "Sons of Anarchy" joins Ben Consoli, host of the Go Creative Show, for a revealing and informative interview that covers Paul’s work on countless TV movies and series.
Paul talks candidly about the renaissance in today's television industry, his camera and lighting choices, the post production workflow on Sons of Anarchy and the impact of 4K. Paul also shares his experience shooting the ABC Family sit-com Baby Daddy and the differences between lighting and shooting comedy vs drama.
About Paul Maibaum, ASC.
Paul Maibaum is the younger son of screenwriter Richard Maibaum (writer of 13 James Bond screenplays). In 1991 he was made a Director of Photography on the stylish TV series, "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" on Fox. Paul Maibaum continues to enjoy success working on both Movies for Television, Single Camera Episodic Television and Multiple Camera Comedies in both film and digital formats. Paul Maibaum has been the Director of Photography on all 6 seasons of the hit FX Network series “Sons of Anarchy”. He is currently shooting “Baby Daddy”, a comedy in its third season for ABC Family Channel and recently completed the ABC Family Sit-Com Pilot, “Mystery Girls” starring Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth.
About Ben Consoli
With over 10 years experience as a director, DP and editor, Ben Consoli has positioned himself as an expert in the video industry. With his company BC Media Productions Ben has directed and produced award-winning commercials and brand videos for companies like Nike, Puma, Verizon, Gillette and Pillsbury. Ben also directed a highly-acclaimed commercial for Dragon Naturally Speaking, which aired during the 2010 Super Bowl.
About The Go Creative Show The Go Creative Show is a show dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film making, television and music industries. Listened to in over 170 countries around the globe. The podcast combines trending industry news with compelling interviews from the most influential people in visuals arts such as Michael Slovis (DP, Breaking Bad) David Franco (DP Boardwalk Empire) Christina Crawford (Author, Mommie Dearest) and more.