Michael Slovis, Director Of Photography For “Breaking Bad” Interviewed On The Need Creative Podcast

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Last Updated: August 30, 2013 9:30 pm GMT
(Boston, Massachusetts--August 30, 2013) Emmy Award winning cinematographer and director Michael Slovis sat down with Ben Consoli, host of the Need Creative Podcast, for a revealing 1-hour interview that covers his entire career and focuses on his groundbreaking visual direction for the AMC hit show “Breaking Bad”.



Michael and Ben discuss how “Breaking Bad” became an instant classic, the decision to shoot on film, the difference between directing photography and directing actors, his involvement in post production, the hidden visual effects of Breaking Bad, lighting techniques and more. Aside from “Breaking Bad” Michael talks about his Emmy Award winning cinematography for CSI : Crime Scene Investigation, his work on countless television shows and movies and his upcoming projects.

Listen to the podcast at http://goo.gl/WWcmVK

About Michael Slovis
Michael Slovis is an American cinematographer and director best known for his work on Breaking Bad, ED, Fringe and CSI : Crime Scene Investigation from which he won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography in a One Hour Series.

About Ben Consoli
The Need Creative Podcast is hosted by multi-talented director and visual storyteller, Ben Consoli, owner of BC Media Productions. Ben is a Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Video Producer, Songwriter and Composer and is also the former lead singer of the rock band Violet Nine. Ben has produced awardwinning commercials and videos for brands like Nike, Puma, Verizon, Gillette, Pillsbury, and directed a commercial for Dragon Naturally Speaking, which aired during the Super Bowl in 2011.

About Need Creative Podcast



The Need Creative Podcast is a show dedicated to creative professionals in the video, film making, television and music industries. Listened to in over 160 countries around the globe. The podcast combines trending industry news with compelling interviews from the most influential people in visuals arts such as Michael Slovis, Philip Bloom, Christina Crawford, Rodney Charters, Shane Hurlbut and more.

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