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Tune in: Life lessons with cinematographer and CML founder Geoff Boyle NSC

Mar 17, 2021

On Friday 19th March, 2021, CVP, in association with Rise, Panavision and CML, are hosting a special event during which cinematographer Geoff Boyle NSC will share his life lessons.

During this 40-minute ‘fireside chat’, Geoff will share candid, colourful and anecdotal stories, reflecting on his experiences and sharing his life lessons. Of course, there will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

To sign up for the event visit the following link:

Date: Friday 19th March 2021
Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm GMT

Geoff is a renowned British cinematographer and founder of the popular Cinematography Mailing List (CML) platform. He started as a stills assistant in fashion and advertising in 1970, moving into moving images in 1973. After shooting news, documentaries and music videos, he made the move to commercials in 1985, and then moved to movies in 2005. With a lifelong passion for learning and sharing, Geoff has always forged his own path, from being one of the first videographers to work on the Pirelli calendar shoot to creating the CML.

Geoff is an advocate for a positive mindset, which has set him in good stead not only during his career, but over recent years too.

The session will include things you always wanted to ask him and probably a lot of things you didn’t know you needed to know.

Header Photo: Geoff Boyle NSC outside the Opera Nova at Cameraimage 2018.  Photo by Ron Prince.

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