Frame & Reference is a conversation between Cinematographers hosted by DP and PVC Contributing writer Kenny McMillan. Each episode dives into the respective DP’s current and past work, as well as what influences and inspires them. These discussions are an entertaining and informative look in to the world making films through the lens of the people who shoot them. You can listen to Frame & Reference where all the best podcasts are listened to like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts. Each episode can also be found in video form on YouTube. Follow Frame & Reference on Twitter and Instagram for more content, and check your favorite app every Thursday for new episodes.
On todays episode of the Frame & Reference Podcast Kenny talks with cinematographer Jack Schurman about the Jake Hoot and Kelly Clarkson music video “I Would’ve Loved You”, which you can watch above. Jake has DP’d a few shows including “Unnatural Selection” and “QB1: Beyond the Lights.” Jakes other work includes the TV documentary “MARS: Inside SpaceX” and “Wild Home”, a film for which he was nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Brooklyn Film Festival and won the Audience Award at the Camden International Film Festival. Enjoy the episode!