…a team of filmmakers, photographers, editors and overall geeks! We Iove telling stories – big or small – through words, moving pictures, sound and everything in between. We’re always hungry for the next inspiring project to work on.
Being curious geeks, we leave no stone unturned in the “how” and continually push ourselves to become better storytellers and to give it back to the community with our video blog series (see below).
Wish to collaborate with us on your next project, contact us!
We at Onyx Cinema believe that great storytelling knows no bounds. Thus we offer a great variety of services from the skills of our diverse team members to adapt to your project. All these skills are nothing without a great story to tell, though. Please contact us and tell us YOUR story!
Director and Cinematographer, officially trained in steadicam and a camera motion junky, is a kid at heart that still gets giddy like a school boy when it comes to pulling off an awesome shot. And he dreams of being Batman…
Georgia is our most multi-talented artist. A photographer, cinematographer and a teacher. Passionate about capturing people and their emotions and giving back to the community, she is the little angel in our group.
Cutting his teeth into filmmaking with editing, Marcus has grown to be Onyx Cinema’s main editor. Always curious about new methods, he is dedicated to bringing his work to the next creative level which each project.
Onyx Cinema produced internal films to communicate the development of new startup companies within the Technicolor family.
Worked closely with the city police, fire department and school district to create a film about the dangers of drunk driving.
We traveled a handful of times to Taiwan to develop a more cinematic approach to covering one of their biggest Electronic Dance Music concerts.
Ya Los Angeles invited us to create their lifestyle display video for the biggest fashion convention in America, MAGIC.
Originally meant to be an “explainer video” for Snapknot.com Onyx Cinema brought a bit of its storytelling touch to show the usefulness of the new website.