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Marianna LaFollette

Washington, District of Columbia

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About Me

Freelance ENG/EFP, Location Field Sound Recordist with over 20 years experience working on network news, documentary, sports, government, NGO, nonprofit, entertainment & corporate projects (such as VICE, NBC, HGTV, ESPN, PBS, Google and TLC). I provide location sound & live gear packages in order to cover the gamut of inside & outside field situations, such as 1- and multi-camera setups; taped & live interviews for planned setups and breaking local, national and international news stories; Congressional hearings; rallies; marches; interviews & b-roll walk-n-talks; animal coverage; conference panel discussions; & other types of static & run-n-gun assignments.

I am available for national & international travel assignments. Extra tidbit: NABET Local 31 Union member (network news)

More information, including resume, available at www.mariannalafollette.webs.com. For timely and immediate inquiries (including assignment and availability inquiries), please first call or text my cell, 310.895.3464. Otherwise, for non-rushed inquiries, you can use my secondary, backup email option: marianna.lafollette2010@gmail.com

I have been in the industry since 1996.

Ballestone-Stansbury House/Episode One, Trailer
Added on 2/1/2009

The trailer, "Ballestone-Stansbury House, Episode One" was created for the first, full episode of "The R.I.P. Files,' a new, downloadable, internet tv series that premieres February 2009 on…

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Documentary - Zero Gravity Flight, March 2012
The client: Google/YouTube. The project: contest winners of YouTube's "Space Lab". Professional Sound gig: gathering and mixing during a flight in a special airplane, in which 12 parabolic moves were performed in order to create 30 seconds of no-gravity situations (run by the company, Zero Gravity, aka, Space Adventures. www.zerogravity.com). Therefore, I, as the mixer, was wireless to the camera (too many people, including the production crew, floating around, partially uncontrolled). The only mic used was my shotgun mic, using a coily cable to connect to my field mixer that I had attached to my chest/x-harness. This harness also had two bottom ring attachments that connected to my mixer, thereby preventing the mixer from floating off my stomach, into my face, for example... bottomline, the mixer was totally secured to my body, which helped me to performed controlled floating techniques during my sound gathering job. Please see the 5-minute video on my website, under the heading, "Zero Gravity Experience." Additional icing-on-the-cake: I am now certified for weightlessness (special "Certificate of Weightlessness" still on order). Please keep me in mind for future zero-gravity production shoots... I am ready for the wave of the future in field production, with the near-future plans of new Spaceports (the NM location) and private space industry plans. Please also access my website for additional photos of other, past production work (refer to website's "Photo Gallery" section).
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Credits

Sound Recordist – HBO Daily Vice

November, 2016 — current
Television – VICE News

Sound Recordist – "Impossible Engineering", Season 3, episode 11 episode, "World's Tallest Rollercoaster"

May, 2017 — May, 2017
Television – Nice Pass Productions

Sound Recordist – Princess Diana documentary, ABC

April, 2017 — current
Television – Maggie Vision Productions

Sound Recordist – Reelz Network: DIana Documentary

February, 2017 — March, 2017
Television – Jupiter Entertainment

Sound Recordist – Semper Fidelis, All-American Program

May, 2017 — May, 2017
Television – Intersport Network

Sound Recordist – NAPA Know-how

April, 2017 — April, 2017
Corporate – Echelon Design

Sound Recordist – Aveeno

April, 2017 — April, 2017
Commercial – Colorblind Productions

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