Craft Seminar: Zach Wolfson ’07, “Embracing the Entrepreneurial Adventure: Exploring Filmmaking Careers Outside Hollywood”
Wednesday, April 25th
Cornerstone, Studio B
This event is not open to the general public. Lunch provided – first come, first served!
Zach Wolfson (English/Film track ’07) is a filmmaker and entrepreneur based in Denver who has worked for over 10 years with both large and small brands – from local artists to Sony to the State of Colorado. In this nuts-and-bolts craft seminar, Zach will share how he’s navigated the freelance video production landscape. Learn what pitfalls to avoid and explore creative possibilities that will let you stay where you love doing what you love, such as starting a web series, freelancing for clients, and running a small business. Let’s chat about the exciting, scary, and rewarding parts of striking out on your own and making work you care about.
This series is generously co-sponsored by the Cultural Attractions Fund and the Office of the Dean. Unless otherwise specified, all events are free and open to the public.
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