When it comes to his career, Cinematographer Kris Vzim always gives it his best shot even though his efforts were once unnoticed as he struggled with homelessness and unemployment. The journey hasn’t been an easy one for Vzim, but it’s brought out the best of him.
Serving the Houston, TX film industry for over 17 years now, Vzim is making quite a name for himself. Along with camera operations and film editorial work, Vzim also brings creative camera directing skills to the big screen. Credited with working his magic for world-renowned recording artists and major corporate brands, he has earned favorable domestic and international exposure during his challenging passage from humble beginnings to being on the road to greatness.
Working on a nthrLvzn (anotherLvizion), a brand of Vizion Media Conceptz LLC headed by award-winning filmmaker Kris Vzim, he has spent the past three years positioning his career through supporting Indie film projects with a focus on the movie trailer niche.
Vzim’s creative contributions with Vizion Media in the past three years include a number of A-list Indie film production movie trailers that won awards – two Houston for Worldfest REMI, three for Amazon Prime, and one pending from Netflix.
The innovative filmmaker has been working on Vzim’s upcoming sports docufilm project which will be produced with support from the non-profit organization, J-Co. The film is set to be officially released in 2022.
Vzim’s past works include The Web of Eve: First Look (editor of trailer), Flashes – The Director’s Cut (online editor of trailer) Because I Love You (trailer editor), Last Man Club (assistant cameraman), and Good After Bad (grip).
He has also been behind-the-camera and directing for music videos such as Be Still for Yolanda Adams. In an effort to help others, Vzim is an agent for Financial Literacy among Creatives, a non-profit group that promotes connections and collaborations between struggling creative souls and Indie artists.
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