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Lisa Sene at the Talamas Offices

At the Wednesday, January 18, 2016 meeting...
With Lisa Sene, Steadicam Operator

Steadicam operator Lisa Sene, presenter at our January meeting, dramatically gives lie to the myth that Steadicam operators must all be big and burly men. Lisa at only five feet tall and very slender keeps up with the best of them--working regularly on features, corporate films, commercials and broadcast television. She covered Steadicam history, mechanics and operation in one highly engrossing three hour marathon session. SMPTE New England wishes to thank Talamas, a premier Boston area film, audio and video rental resource for making this meeting possible.

Lisa Sene

The audience was fascinated

Many people came!

Photo Credits: Martin P. Feldman, Chairman, SMPTE New England Section.

Marty Feldman
Chair, SMPTE New England Section

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Updated: 19 January, 2017
Bob Lamm, SMPTE/New England Newsletter/Web Page Editor