Wednesday November 11th - Episode 11
"Estimates - How to Bid For Today"
• Art/Content Producer - Kay Gautraud
• Producer/Circadian Pictures - Michael Klein
Andrea Stern is the founder of SternRep, an LA based, boutique agency representing a group of passionate and talented commercial photographers in the product, automotive and lifestyle industries among others.
She is also the founder of @AskSternRep – a free resource forum for photographers and entrepreneurs.
People have told me I have the midwest hug-and-hustle, which comes in handy for advertising and production. I’ve lived and worked in LA for almost 15 years, but hail from Michigan. My college career began with a scholarship to play soccer, but ultimately I graduated with a degree in photography.
That degree brought me to a production internship which kicked-off a career in Art Production. I worked agency side for almost a decade and have spent the last 5 years as a Freelance Art and Content producer. I’ve been part of campaigns large and small, with brands large and small. I'm constantly amazed at how this industry has been evolving over my career. Right when I think I’ve seen every way to tackle something, a project develops, pushing and stretching us in new directions.
There’s never a dull day. I love what we do, the people we meet, and the work we get to create.
Michael Klein is a Los Angeles based producer. He received a BA in Cinema-Television Production from the University of Southern California. In 2016, Michael founded the production company Circadian Pictures and has produced and directed commercials for clients such as AT&T, American Express, Puma, Google, Target, Uber, Pepsi, and Beats by Dre. Michael produced the award-winning documentary Romeo is Bleeding, directed by Jason Zeldes, the short film The Deal written and directed by Danny Kaminsky and executive produced by Joss Whedon, and the short film Dog Food which premiered at the 2014 SXSW film festival, directed by Brian Crano, starring Amanda Seyfried, Cory Michael Smith, and David Craig. He also executive produced Crano’s most recent feature film Permission starring Rebecca Hall and Dan Stevens which premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.