Tim Kang, Visual Storyteller

Ushering the story from script to screen


 


From Script to Screen

Tim works a true collaborator to usher your vision from script to screen. He harbors a passion to capturing the emotional truth in the world, be it via narrative or documentary filmmaking. To do this, he specializes in visual storytelling from a big picture perspective by providing extensive support in bringing scripts to screen via look development, image control throughout the process, and production management. From an artistic, technical, and team management standpoint, he has extensive experience in guiding images from conception to screening and has built up relationships with camera houses (Panavision, Clairmont, Revolution Cinema Rentals, CamTec, EVS, Hollywood Camera), lighting & grip houses, camera and lighting crews, and post facilities (Deluxe/EFilm/Company3, Fotokem).


Bio

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Tim Kang

Director of Photography

Tim is a Los Angeles-based cinematographer working in the film & TV industry primarily as a director of photography on narrative and documentary projects.  He also has worked as a camera operator, gaffer, AC, DIT, post-production color consultant for the American Film Institute (AFI), colorist, and stills photographer and has taught cinematography classes and seminars at AFI and Revolution Cinema Rentals.

For training, he received his Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in cinematography at the renowned American Film Institute Conservatory and proudly received mentorship from Stephen Lighthill, ASC; Robert Primes, ASC; David Stump, ASC; and Ron Garcia, ASC. He has worked on multiple narrative features, shorts, and documentaries in different crewing capacities. Previously, he studied biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University, worked in the scientific imaging world for seven years at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and built his photographic chops in the streets and subways of NYC.

For inspiration, Tim continues to shoot stills on the side as an experimental proving ground for his cinematography. He also finds inspiration in post-Impressionists like Matisse, Henri Cartier-Bresson & like-minded stills photographersorigami, pre-70s jazz, funk, ’80s-’90s hip hop, post-punk rock, and Motown.


Contact

Feel free to contact me for work on your next project.