My current go to camera is the Sony Fs7. It’s a workhorse, and as close as an “industry standard” as we’ve had in the last 10 years or so. It looks great, it’s comfortable and it allows me to do my best work. Lens wise I’ve got a pair of Fujinon MK Cine zooms, the 18-55 and the 50-135, a Tokina Cine  ATX 11-16 zoom, and a full set of Veydra Mini Primes. For tight spaces  I offer a Panasonic Lumix GH5s package with native micro 4/3 zoom lenses, and for movement I can add a Tilta G2X handheld gimbal.

When it comes to lighting and support gear I buy high end stuff that’s reliable, and makes my job easier. Sachtler tripods, Small HD monitors and Teredeck wireless video,  Kino Flo, Joker, Quasar and LitePanels lighting, My T Works 4’slider, and a full grip package. Everything packs neatly into a city sized cargo van designed to unload quickly and efficiently. Depending on the job I can also provide additional crew, and my go to crew members are dedicated, experienced professionals who do great work and are a pleasure to be around.