Blue Chalk Welcomes Jason Greene
We're so happy to welcome Jason Greene to the team as director of photography and editor. Jason started at Blue Chalk in 2015 and assumed his staff position as of April 1.
Jason is an award-winning cinematographer and filmmaker interested in social issues and the collaborative nature of filmmaking. He recently finished his master's degree in photography, multimedia and design at the Newhouse School at Syracuse University.
He was the director of photography for “55 Days,” a film about a war widow learning to let go of her loss, and a cinematographer for “Canyon Song,” with National Parks Experience, a film about two young sisters learning about their Navajo culture and history within the sacred walls of Canyon de Chelly National Monument.
Additionally, he is the multimedia director at TakingFocus.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving back through documentary storytelling.
He is passionate about the storytelling nature of cinematic visuals—striving to make those visuals lyrical and honest. He is currently based in Portland, OR.
Learn more about Jason at jasonegreene.com.
Photo (above): Captured while assignment in Syracuse, NY, in 2012. Photo by Jason Greene.