Local 600 Camera Operator, Cinematographer & Director
by Jeremy Weiss
Jeremy M. Weiss is a Los Angeles based camera operator, cinematographer and director. His body of work includes scripted features, scripted TV, documentaries, sports, web series, commercials and new media. Jeremy’s recent credits include directing and camera operating for Discovery Channel’s hit TV show Gold Rush, Director of Photography on the season finale revelations episode of Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail season 2 and shadowing cinematographers on ABC’s TV series How to get away with Murder. He has worked on over fifteen feature films for Hallmark Channel and PixL TV. Jeremy was recently accepted into the ICG – International Cinematographers Guild as a camera operator.
Jeremy loves to make people laugh both on and off set. His film, Riff Raf, won the Lou Costello Award for Best Comedy Short at the Garden State Film Festival in Atlantic City, NJ and the Special Jury Mention Award at the Boston Student Film Festival. Catherine Clinch, reporter for Studio System News, picked up Riff Raf and featured Jeremy in an article titled, “Five Directors To Discover Online.”
Born in New York and growing up in New Jersey, Jeremy earned his MFA in Media Arts from Emerson College. You can find him cheering on his favorite sports teams when he’s not on set.
IMDb: Jeremy Weiss
“Jeremy Weiss is one of the most deeply-human young colleagues with whom I’ve had the pleasure to share life experience. Not only have Jeremy and I worked in pre-production to refine his ideas and plans, but we’ve also worked in production together. This is a very telling experience with many people and Jeremy maintains a kind and respectful demeanor even in the most challenging of situations while his diligence toward preparing and executing his work is impressive indeed.”
“Jeremy was our B camera operator for a scripted comedy. He was a pleasure to work with. He came up with creative solutions to blocking and shooting scenes, kept his camera team on schedule and always seemed to be one step ahead of production’s needs. But what separates Jeremy is his attitude. As we all know film sets can be very stressful places, but Jeremy has a knack for keeping things calm and positive. He is up for any challenge and would be an excellent addition to any crew.”