David was Nowhere Normal‘s king of audio, both recording and operating the boom. Professional, and prompt, David’s just cool to have on set.
Marlon was Nowhere Normal‘s lighting master, although he and our AD reportedly sparred over who spotted continuity errors first.
Faith was the production design assistant on Nowhere Normal. Since high school, Faith has worked at indie shoots around the city of Edmonton, from camera work to background acting. Other than working on union and non-union shows in the location department, her recent contributions include DIT for a Francophone series (Les Productions FP 3 Inc.), audio engineer for Indigenous podcast Herstory (Good Influence Films), assistant director for The 39 Steps (Walterdale Theatre), and film/video productions related to production design. Currently, she works as a marketing coordinator and video editor for various clients.
Meet Nowhere Normal‘s gaffer, Zain!
Alizain Mevawala is a professional photographer, cinematographer, and filmmaker. Zain has pursued his film studies from one of the most renowned film schools in North America, Vancouver Film School, completing his programs of Film Production and Visual Art and Design, specializing in Cinematography and Direction. He is a tech geek and loves working with lights and cameras.
His creativity, hard work, and passion for photography have led him to work as a photo team supervisor at Lifetouch Canada and Prestige Portraits. Zain has also worked with several Bollywood and internationally renowned personalities. He has also covered the Miss and Mister World Canada Pageant as an official photographer, just to name a few.
He enjoys meeting and working with new people, and always admires and appreciates the teamwork behind a successful project. He loves experiencing new gears and quickly masters them. He is very creative in his work and likes to take on new challenges. He has worked a great deal in the senior level positions in a variety of settings to enhance his overall knowledge and experience, and to sharpen his leadership skills.
We’re also still looking for one more crew member for Nowhere Normal — a craft services and first-aider. Please have a look below: