You don't have to be a pro, but experienced people are preferred. Here's what I need:
- Audio guy / gal
Someone to wear ear phones to make sure the audio I'm getting is great. Knowledge of lavalier mics, wireless receivers, etc. is helpful but not absolutely necessary.
- Camera operator
Someone to make sure the camera is pointing at the right thing at the right time. Knowledge of an HD camera, tripod, mini-DV tapes, focusing, and composition is best. I'll bring a light kit, so knowledge about how to set up / break down lights is great, too.
- Still photographer
We need lots of stills. If you have your own DSLR or point-and-shoot, please bring it. I will bring my own DSLR, but will likely be talking to people which makes it tough to shoot. Everything should be shot in crazy-high resolution so we can use it in all sorts of places: video, print, etc.
- Carrying person
There's a lot of equipment to carry, and it's tough to pack/carry it while talking with people. Someone that knows how to pack/carry camera equipment safely would be a great help so I can focus on very important conversations. There's probably a better, more official term than Carrying Person so if you think of one we can use that. :)
Habitat for Humanity home for a Montagnard family, sponsored by Cree. I'm such a geek about residential construction and energy efficiency, so I'm doubly excited about the event tomorrow.
If you're able to support as crew, please let me know as soon as possible via email. Thank you!