Wednesday, December 3, 2014

In the Spotlight: Gaffer, Adam Williams (Australia)

This week, CINEMILLS highlights another valued client and industry gaffer from, Australia. Adam Williams has worked all over Australia as Gaffer on US & Australian Feature Films, Television Drama and TVC's. Most recently worked on 'Packed to the Rafters'.


"I'm gaffing the 3rd series of a local drama called The Dr Blake Mysteries. Shooting in Melbourne and a rural town called Ballarat Victoria Australia. My company is Filmlighting Pty Ltd and we have trucks and Equipment in Brisbane and Melbourne. We have several silver bullet 12/18ks and some 6k par cheese grafters. That's what we call them here. Done several local drama series with them as well as US drama Terra Nova. Had the gear on a feature last year called Predestination with Ethan Hawke and Sarah Snook. Was in LA last year and came and visited you guys while I was there. It was cool to see the place my lamps were built." - Adam Williams











About Filmlighting
Filmlighting has emerged as one of Australia’s fastest growing independently owned specialist film and television lighting companies. At filmlighting it is our aim to raise the bar in the supply of film and television lighting equipment and crews in Australia in order to best service our clients needs.
In the last 12 months they have undergone a large expansion through investment in equipment and company acquisitions. This growth allows us to better service our clients and projects.
They have a vast inventory of lighting equipment with HMI lighting fixtures from 21 watts to 18,000 watts, tungsten lamps from 50 watts to 20,000 watts as well as a comprehensive kino-flo list, cloths, stands rigging and chromakey screens.
At filmlighting they are very aware of the ever-changing production environment and seek to find a balance in supplying the latest and best gear at very competitive prices. So for your next project be it a feature film, TV series, commercial or music clip call us so we can put together the perfect package.

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