Domenic Del Carmine is an ambitious filmmaker hailing out of Waterbury, CT. He is currently attending Columbia College Chicago to study Film/Video. From the beginning of freshman year of High-School he has been involved with video based projects. Starting off with Documentaries for The Salvation Army and the not-for-profit organization Jane Doe No More. He has edited over hours of footage for both organizations, compiling a documentary of the SA shown to the city of greater Waterbury. He also studied and compiled hours of video of Forensic Scientist Dr. Henry Lee to edit into recognition film to be shown at an Award ceremony in his honor. While enjoying the experience of community projects, he enjoys to create his own. Starting off with small shorts and then developing his own Horror Web-Series, "The Woods of Astrid," for Shockya.com. While in High-School he was fortunate enough to work on an feature film tittled "Officer Down" where he took the role of a Production Assistant.
Now with much experience, yet so much more to learn, he is willing to take on any opportunities that come his way. He has professional experience in the Graphic Arts with programs such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Dreamweaver and InDesign. As well as extensive knowledge in video editing programs such as Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, After Effects, iMovie and Sony Vegas.
He loves combining all of the knowledge of these useful programs to develop the ultimate project. One such endeavor as his first Indie Short Film, "HOWLAND."
You can find more information on Domenic and his work on - Vimeo, YouTube and Facebook.
I have been in the industry since 2010.