CAS Quarterly

Spring 2018

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Season 4 of The Last Man on Earth with Scott LaRue boom operating and Tanya Peel doing utility, Tanya jumped up to the first boom spot on the Fox pilot known as Daddy Issues with Michelle Guasto joining us on second boom. Then onto a pilot for Sony tentatively titled 25 with Chris "Catfish" Walmer on boom and Chantilly Hensley doing utility. The next day, Tanya Peel and I camera tested and loaded the truck for Season 1 of Mayans MC for FX Network. Josh Bower on the boom for this one, with Abel Schiro helping out as well. In the meantime, Devendra has been putting his latest mini-cart design through the paces. Lucky to be working with such talented crew right here in Los Angeles. It's been a great start of the year for Devin Golub CAS. A hearty shout-out thank you to Jon Ailet- cher CAS, Steve Bowerman CAS, and Jay Paterson CAS for all the opportunities to work on some great shows this season. Now onto see what's next. Mathew Price CAS here in NYC where it seems that spring may have finally sprung. After Season 1 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel last year, my brilliant team of boom op Seth Tallman and sound utility Carmine Picarello and I went onto the stalker thriller You for Lifetime and then two back-to- back pilots (Compliance for FX and God Friended Me for CBS). Now we're back on Amazon's hilarious and brilliant The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for a second season with and ready for a challenging and fun- filled journey of many "oners" back to a gorgeously conceived NYC circa 1958. David Barr-Yaffe CAS is mixing Season 1 of Showtime's Jim Carrey dramedy series Kidding, along with Aaron Grice on the sticks and Kelly Ambrow making cable spaghetti. Upon completion, the team will be returning to Crazy Ex Girlfriend Season 4. Devendra Cleary CAS is grateful to be having a busy spring. After wrapping 74 S P R I N G 2 0 1 8 C A S Q U A R T E R L Y Danny Michael CAS worked on Season 6 of Homeland in NY, had some minor knee surgery, then onto the new Netflix show Maniac, directed by Cary Fukunaga. I just finished the film Motherless Brooklyn, written, directed, and starred Edward Norton, which shot 142 pages in 46 days (who says TV has a hectic schedule!?)! Two days ago, I was pleased to be part of a CAS get-together in New York, hosted by CAS President Mark Ulano. It was a pleasurable and motivating discussion about how to involve more NY members and events into the overall CAS umbrella. Gavin Fernandes CAS has been practicing his juggling lately, alternating between Sharp Objects for HBO, The Harry Quebert Affair for MGM in Montreal, finishing the film An Audience of Chairs at NIFCO in Newfoundland and Little Italy at Technicolor Toronto. After finishing up destroying cities in Rampage, Michael Koff CAS went onto collaborate with Tom Hardy

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