Nicolette Swift is the founder and owner of Nicolettecinemagraphics. Her roles include general business operations, production management, cinematography, color grading, editing, and much more. Her background includes a Bachelor of Arts in both Film Studies and Art History from the Ohio State University and a masters of library and information science from Kent State University, with a focus in digital collections preservation and access.
Since 2003, Nicolette has been providing an array of media production services to businesses, non-profits, and residents of the Central Ohio area. Nicolette is a well-round digital and analog media specialist handling film photography, digital photography, videography, web, and media installation and consultation, as well as producing her own projects which have shown at festivals and competitions across the U.S. and abroad.
Over the past decade Nicolette has provided many services to the public offering workshops for the Greater Columbus Arts Council, 4-H, and Adobe. She has a long history of curating moving image programs around Columbus, OH as part of organizations such as The Columbus Moving Image Art Review, The Columbus International Film + Video Festival, Comfest, and the Independents Day Festival. In 2014 Nicolette was awarded a Greater Columbus Arts Council Media Arts Fellowship for her moving image art.
Matt Swift is the production assistant for Nicolettecinemagraphics. His roles include general oversight of productions, graphic design, digital restoration, cinematography, audio recording, video editing, and much more. His background includes a bachelor of arts in both film studies and art history with a minor focus in fine arts from the Ohio State University and a masters in library and information science from Kent State University, with a focus in digital collections preservation and access.
In 2007 Matt was inducted into the International Library & Information Studies Honor Society (BETA PHI MU). For over 10 years he has been performing freelance work locally in the form of providing audio/visual digitization consultation and creating video, photo, graphic arts, and paintings for the purpose of art exhibition. He has led workshops in media arts for non-profits such as 4-H and the Greater Columbus Arts Council. He has a long history of curating moving image programs around Columbus, OH as part of organizations such as The Columbus Moving Image Art Review, The Journal of Short Film, Reelabiltites Film Festival, The Columbus International Film + Video Festival, Comfest, and the Independents Day Festival.
Areas of Expertise:
- Film Curation and DVD Creation
- Video Editing and Coloring Grading
- Formal Film and Online Pedagogy
- Narrative Film Production and Documentary Film Production
- Experimental Video and Installation Video
Grade Levels/Age Groups
- Grades 4-5
- Grades 6-8
- Grades 9-12
- Young Adult
- Adult Facilities
Facilities and Resources Required
- Electrical outlets
- We can either work with supplied video equipment and software or can work out agreements to provide video equipment and software as needed.
Upon request with minor restrictions. Depending on timing and style of class, arrangements can be made for at least one member of our team to be available.