Owner, cinematographer & editor
A self-proclaimed film & music junkie, Megan learned all about makin' movies (back when there was still cutting and splicing) at Emerson College in Boston. After many years working in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles (for the likes of the Jim Henson Company & Sony Pictures) to starting her own graphic design studio in New York, Megan's love of retro filmmaking took over.
In 2007, she dusted off her old super 8 camera and filmed her good friend's wedding as a gift. Capturing the most intimate moments of that big day was the best feeling. And when her friend received the film and sent her a tearful message of joy, Megan knew she was onto something. She was meant to spread this happiness to people who also appreciated the grainy, saturated, gorgeous quality of real FILM!
And thus Hello Super 8 was born. There's no denying the nostalgic feelings one gets from touching, hearing, and seeing the stuff from the good ol' days. As the saying goes, "they don't make 'em like they used to"... but we do!
Cinematographer & editor
Having grown up overseas in a colorful array of countries and cultures (Venezuela, Taiwan, Thailand, Mexico, Hong Kong), Tatiana developed a passion for documentary photography at a young age. After studying film and photography at Emerson College, she moved to New York City and became immersed in documenting live music performances (from shooting to designing DVD packages of the events).
Tatiana has worked for Frontline of PBS and SculptureCenter (a non-profit arts institution) and continues to freelance as a photographer, editor and cinematographer for weddings, live performance events and portraiture. She is currently pursuing her masters degree from the School of Visual Arts.
Cinematographer & editor
Cinematographer/videographer & editor
From a young age Sharon was interested in photography, video and art, so becoming a professional video editor and producer was a natural path for her. She started her career back in 2006 at the WWE where she learned “the ropes” of video production and post; since then she has worked with many well-known companies (including The Knot) and has also been a featured producer in the nytimes.com.
Sharon has a BA in Mass Media, Broadcasting and Telecommunications from Temple University and also studied British Mass Media, Theater and Film at FIE in London. Sharon loves helping others tell their stories through video and film, be it corporate, live shows, events, weddings or behind-the-scenes and using super 8 film is one of her favorite ways of doing so.
Cinematographer (covering the LA area)
Michael comes from Belgium & grew up in France, Morocco, Ecuador & Venezuela before coming to LA. As a Film Production major at the University of Southern California in the Nineties, Michael was lucky enough to be part of the last generation of USC students to be introduced to the art of filmmaking with Super 8 cameras & film. Michael has never outgrown his first love - Super 8.
A full blown Angeleno today, he has worked in production, art department, wardrobe styling & is now a director's rep for work on commercial productions & emerging media platforms with @Radical.Media. Hello Super 8 is where Michael continues to develop his passion for Super 8 cinematography.