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Arya (2014)

Director of Photography / Colourist
Arya (2014)

Arya

A troubled young girl, Tannis is haunted by her past, until she finds comfort in an unlikely friend, Arya.

  • Client: Sunny Mohajer
  • Role: Director of Photography, Colourist
  • Year: 2014

Everyday the Same Dream (2013)

Director of Photography
Project 02

Everyday the Same Dream

A music video adaptation of Icarus and Daedalus, mixed with Groundhog Day

  • Client: Paul Human
  • Role: Director of Photography
  • Year: 2013

Driving Under the Influence (2013)

Writer / Director
Project 03

Driving Under the Influence

A modern adaptation of Icarus and Daedalus, in which young Dwight must wrestle with ghosts from his past and his ruler/bestfriend, Eric, in order to achieve his freedom.

  • Role: Writer / Director
  • Year: 2013

The Cobbler's Tale (2013)

Director of Photography / Colourist
Project 04

The Cobbler's Tale

A cobbler in the Medieval times is given the task of repairing the Queen’s shoes. When he fails to do so, he seeks the aid of the town’s evil witch.

  • Client: Sunny Mohajer
  • Role: Director of Photography / Colourist
  • Year: 2013

About

Blake Mattson is a twenty-two year old aspiring writer, director and cinematographer born in Nanaimo, BC. He is studying at Capilano University and currently residing in North Vancouver, BC.

Blake is also co-founder of Kicksquared, a crowdfund media production company.

Credits and works

Blake Mattson is accredited to such works as

  • Arya (2014) - Director of Photography / Colourist
  • Driving Under the Influence (2013) - Writer / Director
  • The Last Party (2013) - Cinematographer
  • Every Day the Same Dream (2013) - Director of Photography
  • The Cobbler's Tale (2013) - Director of Photography / Colourist
  • Hard-Bitten (2012) - Writer / Director

Certification

Blake Mattson has completed his third year, going on fourth, at Capilano University's Motion Picture Arts BFA program.

 

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