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Digital Production Buzz – July 16, 2015

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with William “Bill” LaChasse, Jonathan Handel, and Suzanne LaChasse.

  • Techniques for Lighting for Advertising
  • New SAG-AFTRA Rates for Indie Films
  • How to Survive as an Actor in LA

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Guests this Week

William LaChasse
William “Bill” LaChasse, DP, Photographer
William LaChasse has been creating unique photographs since he was six years old. His work at ad agencies for clients such as Cadillac, Sunbeam, Old Milwaukee Beer, and others has broken boundaries with unique and beautiful campaigns. He joins us in-studio tonight to share his techniques for lighting for advertising.
Jonathan Handel
Jonathan Handel, Entertainment/Technology Attorney & Labor Reporter, TroyGould and The Hollywood Reporter
Jonathan Handel is an entertainment and technology attorney, Of Counsel, at TroyGould in Los Angeles. He is also the contributing editor on entertainment labor issues for The Hollywood Reporter. Recently, SAG-AFTRA published new rates for actors in indie films. Jonathan joins us to explain them.
Suzanne LaChasse
Suzanne LaChasse, Producer/Actor, Screen Actors System
Suzanne LaChasse is a Los Angeles-based producer and actor. She and her husband, Ryan Williams, own and operate Screen Actors System which won the Backstage Magazine Reader’s Choice award for Best On-Camera acting class in Los Angeles. Suzanne is currently the lead actor in a six episode series of an edgy new comedy/crime series, “Sketchy.” She shares her thoughts on how to survive as an actor in L.A.
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July 15, 2010


Five years ago today, Jonathan Handel was discussing how to use footage under "Fair Use" after a documentary producer was sued by Chevron.