Nehemiah is available for freelance and collaboration
Nehemiah Stark is a cinematographer, colorist, editor, and director from Cleveland, Ohio. He currently lives in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois and attends Columbia College, majoring in film & video with a concentration in cinematography. His storytelling roots lie in poetry and still photography, however in the recent past he has moved into narrative fiction and documentary video. Nehemiah regularly accepts freelance work ranging from wedding shooting to documenting concerts and other various events. He is currently assisting the Center for Mind Body Medicine (CMBM), a trauma relief and holistic healing organization, by editing documentary footage that details CMBM's staff, along with the healing process in Haiti following the recent earthquake. He is particularly interested in assisting non-profit organizations.
To date, Nehemiah has directed, produced, shot, and directed a short film entitled The Pied Pipers, an homage to the Coen brothers, along with a documentary that details the successful and inspiring Tree House Humane Society, a non-profit, no-kill cat shelter and humane educator with two (soon to be three) branches in the Chicagoland area. Also, he has worked as the cinematographer, gaffer, and camera operator on five other short films and one feature-- in addition to assisting on numerous others. Mostly known for his camerawork and lighting techniques, his style and approach is creative and unique- he is heavily inspired by Roger Deakins. Robert Richardson, and Stanley Kubrick, among numerous others. Nehemiah has been deemed a "pleasure to work with" on numerous occasions and his work receives high praise.