SCHEFFILM

Since the beginning of 2000 I have been seriously following my passion for image creation working on projects that have taken me to places and situations that never cease to amaze.  I have shot, directed and edited short films, music videos, events and much more from outback Australia to the south of France.

In 2005 I worked as a camera trainee on the award winning feature film ‘2:37′, a great career starter and eye opener to the world of film.

A big career highlight for me happened in 2009 when I received a Australian Cinematography Society Award for my cinematography on the T.D.B. (Tha Deadly Boyz) hip-hop music video ‘Rise’.

In 2011 my debut feature film, a zombie grindhouse epic called ‘The Counterpart’ was released on DVD through Shock Entertainment in Australia and New Zealand.  Four years hard work and what I consider my film school and a personal journey.

I enjoy bringing projects to life and always deliver a can-do attitude to any project no matter how big or small it might be.  I give one hundred per cent of my time and effort to any production and always go that extra step.

In early 2012 after much thought and guidance I decided to share my experience and knowledge of filmmaking with the world while still honing my own filmmaking process.  Enter FilmFaculty and its birth via the internet!  What a great way to share and experience.

My main aim for FilmFaculty is to provide aspiring, emerging, young and veteran filmmakers a place to become inspired and embrace the gifts and knowledge of filmmaking.  I hope to support and nurture a community and give as much as I can to you all.

I do hope you find my website useful in determining your needs for your next project as well as informative and helpful at the same time.

Always shooting!

Lucas Scheffel

P.S. A big thank you to Jules and Chris for believing and mentoring me on this journey.

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