Behind the lens of a Sony F55

Behind the lens of a Sony F55

First, a word of warning. I’m redesigning my website and you’re seeing the mess.

With that said, Welcome. I’m Chris Sebes. And thank you for taking time to check out my work.

I began my professional career at an advertising agency, working alongside award-winning artists and designers. First with print production and later with website and interactive media, my perspectives were forged from years of experience as a graphic designer, web developer, and photographer – skills and experiences that helped to establish my aesthetics as an editor. Working as an editor for more than a decade, I am still excited about the work. I believe in the adage that if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.

Working at a facility that rents out stages, I’m fortunate that I get to meet many different producers, directors, and other artists. In conversation, I hear time and time again the same three problems they have with editors: Sloppiness, unwillingness to embrace new technologies, and a stubborn attitude, meaning they only see their vision and nothing else. That has always stayed with me.

I pride myself as being meticulous and collaborative with a supportive working style. I embrace challenges, whether technical or creative. And I also believe that, as Andrew Carnegie is quoted as saying, “There is little success where there is little laughter.”

Thanks for stopping by.