Location Managers Guild International

Spring 2019

The Location Managers Guild International (LMGI) is the largest organization of Location Managers and Location Scouts in the motion picture, television, commercial and print production industries. Their membership plays a vital role in the creativ

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CONTRIBUTORS Nancy Mills Freelance entertainment writer, Mills' work has appeared in dozens of magazines and newspapers around the world, including USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, US Magazine, People, Cosmopolitan, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Guardian, International Herald Tribune, and The New York Times Syndicate. Over the years, she has visited hundreds of TV and film locations in such far-flung spots as China, India, Italy, France, Australia and Fiji. She is a graduate of Cornell University. Christina Lee Director, Communications, Televi- sion at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (MGM). Lee is responsible for executing strategic commu- nications, media relations, talent relations and announcements for MGM Television. She oversees day-to-day communication ef- forts in support of MGM's multicast networks (MGM HD, Impact, Light TV, This TV, Charge!, COMET TV) and digital unit and joint ventures (LightWorkers Media and Gato Grande Productions). Emma Gencarelli An advocate for filming in historic properties, Gencarelli is the special projects assistant at Lyndhurst Mansion with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She worked in post- production, then continued her education with a master's degree in historic preservation and a minor in museum studies. She then became a preservation intern at Lyndhurst and never left. Jim Collee/LMGI Arizona native, journalist, copywriter, archaeologist and ethnohistorian in the American Southwest, Collette is semi-retired, assisting filmmakers with location services. He does his best to lure unsuspecting productions to Arizona. WE SPECIALIZE IN PERIOD LOCATIONS filmbuffaloniagara.com Les Fincher/LMGI New York-based location pro Fincher is an LMGI Board member and co- founder of ALSAM. He brings his considerable production experience to his curated resource app: Film Ready Services. Eric Klein/LMGI Working in locations for more than 25 years, Klein has hundreds of credits to his name. He has worked in every capacity from parking coordinator to assistant to ALM, manager and scout. He prefers scouting, as it gives him the freedom to explore. Laura McHolm Co-founder of NorthStar Moving Company, McHolm is a marketing expert extraordinaire. Honored with more awards for service than any other moving company, including nine consecutive "Best Places to Work" awards, Laura has broken the long-held notion of moving and storage as burly men doing heavy lifting. She is a contributor to multiple media outlets. Laura has been been featured in Elle D├ęcor, The Hollywood Reporter, Vanity Fair, The Robb Report, Fortune Magazine, CNN Money and NBC Nightly News.

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