The Summit Entertainment team is delighted to announce the addition of GREG EMETAZ to our client roster!
Greg, a filmmaker and projections designer, has had his work described by The New York Times as “excellent introductory videos” and the “highlight” of New York City Opera’s ‘Opera for All’ program. He has created the behind-scenes documentary of Julie Taymor’s feature film The Tempest, promotional documentaries for the Broadway musical Spider-Man Turn off the Dark along with numerous productions at New York City Opera and Opera Theatre of Saint Louis. He served as video director for the 2008-11 NEA Opera Honors, the 2011 NEA Jazz Masters and 2007-10 New York City Opera VOX Showcases. His work as a video designer for the stage includes Dolores Claiborne (World Premiere) at San Francisco Opera, Champion (World Premiere), Unsuk Chin’s Alice in Wonderland (American Premiere), The Death of Klinghoffer and The Golden Ticket (World Premiere) at Opera Theater of Saint Louis, Ajax at American Repertory Theater and Wallace Shawn’s The Music Teacher. He is the director of short films: Bowes Academy, Death by Omelette (ShortsNonStop finalist) as well as music videos Eating 4 Two and Butt Drunk (Frirar’s Club Film festival special Jury Award) with Amanda DeSimone.
Find out more about Greg’s work at his website: http://www.minorapocalypse.com/