Eric Fletcher SOC

Very pleased to announce that Eric Fletcher will be a speaker at the 2015 UW-Stout Summer Cinema and Photography Open House on June 19th. He will also conduct a full day master class on June 20th. More info HERE


Eric has been operating film and digital cameras for over two decades earning 12 emmys. His credits include hit shows like DEXTER, TRUE BLOOD, SHAMELESS, PRIVATE PRACTICE, SONS OF ANARCHY, THE MENTALIST, EVERYBODY HATES CHRIS, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, ARLI$$, ANGEL, and more. Before that, he worked as a camera assistant. He admits he has always tinkered with rigs, continually trying to improve his tools. All of this hands-on experience with a variety of cameras through the years has given Eric a deep knowledge in camera performance, handling and efficiency.

In the mid 90’s Eric won a string of Emmy’s for his work with KMOV-TV the CBS Affiliate. Twelve Emmy’s actually for being the director of photography on special programs and also all the stations image spots and bumpers. In addition to those twelve for him another 24 Emmys were garnered for other projects he was involved with with the same group.  In 2001 Eric moved full time to Los Angeles where he put his skills and eye to work doing TV series and films. Eric has been consulting with equipment manufactures like Arri, Anton Bauer, GPI PRO The Vitec Group, Teradek and Nikon working closely to make the equipment perform on set better and more efficiently and to follow his philosophy of “Don’t let your equipment limit you”. Eric currently resides in Los Angeles when not traveling the world for work.

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