Apogee Communications Group
159 Alpine Way Boulder, CO
ARTHUR J LEVY
Director of Photography
PRESENT: Director of Photography. Owner of Apogee Communications Group, a video and film production company producing award winning educational, training, marketing, medical and television programs for an international market. Operate a state-of-the-art digital, component non-linear HD edit suite. Producing programs in all video formats including 4K Digital Cinema, 3K, 2K, 1080p, HDTV, CD, DVD, HD-DVD, Blue Ray, Internet, and intranet video streaming. High Definition video production with new RED One HD camera. Winner of more than 121 awards. Producing vertical HD video presentation for trade shows and retail display. We now offer digital signage for vertical or horizontal presentation in stunning 4K or other HD video formats. Heart disease series has won more than 41 awards.
BACKGROUND: Film, video cameraman and Director of Photography. Major clients include ABC, CBS, NBC Networks, Paramount Pictures, and major international corporations. In addition to news and documentaries, have shot many medical programs, political commercials, training, marketing programs, and video news releases.
Produced award winning Sudden Cardiac Arrest and Women & Heart Disease DVD and television programs.
Produced Heart Disease - Prevention, Detection and Treatment DVD series and television programs about heart disease. Programs have received 42 awards.
Produced award winning CPR training series and disaster preparedness video for American Safety and Health Institute that is being used to train federal, state, and local law enforcement workers as well as the public.
Produced award winning Infant & Toddler Emergency First Aid video series, Pet Emergency First series, and Emergency Preparedness videos and DVD’s that are in use by schools, libraries, hospitals, emergency workers, and the public.
Produced corporate videos for such clients as Cisco, Taco Bell, Johnson & Johnson, American Red Cross, Space Imaging, Smithsonian Institute, Stryker Orthopedics, and SAFECO Insurance.
Shot exclusive footage of the second artificial heart transplant at Humana Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky for worldwide television network distribution.
Received the prestigious Michael E. DeBakey, M.D. Award given for the finest educational entry of the year in the International Health and Medical Awards for Infant & Toddler Emergency First Aid, Volumes 1 & 2 in 1995.
Shot the first footage of the crater floor of Mt. St. Helens volcano for CBS Network News on May 31, 1981.
Traveled with many presidential and vice presidential campaigns for CBS News including Agnew, Bush, Carter, Church, Hart, Humphrey, Jackson, Mondale, McGovern, and Reagan campaigns.
Produced diverse corporate video news releases that were fed to television stations nationwide by satellite within hours after the shooting was completed.
Produced many medical marketing, training and education videos for corporations that have received more than 121 awards.
Shot many medical subjects for network television in addition to shooting nationally broadcast segments for "Health Matters". Have also shot medical and corporate videos that included several operating and emergency room scenes.
Shot recreations of emergency medical stories for the "American Heroes" series that aired on "Hard Copy" produced by Paramount Pictures.
Produced award winning training video and DVD for Maxtor Corporation in English, French, German, Mandarin, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean and Cantonese that has been distributed worldwide.
Produced corporate overview video for Space Imaging that was distributed worldwide in 10 languages.
Shot segments of syndicated television programs including Dr. Phil, Hard Copy, Inside Edition, Lezza, 60 Minutes, and 20/20.
Shot several segments of television specials and teleconferences with such spokespeople as Betty Ford and Dennis Weaver.
Shot assignments for Australian, British, Italian, and Japanese television. Freelance still photographer and radio news reporter from 1966 to 1970. Reported local and area news for KIMN radio, Denver, Colorado. Covered British elections from London for KIMN in 1970. Radio news stringer for radio stations KOA, KBTR, KTLN, KHOW, KLAK, WBZ, WINS, WLS, and KDKA. Freelance reporter for UPI Audio, ABC and NBC network radio news.
Freelance television cameraman for UPITN and TVN news services. Traveled throughout the U.S. from 1968 to 1971 covering national and international news events on film.
Covered the events during the occupation of Wounded Knee, South Dakota in 1973 for CBS News. Spent more than 45 days inside the village during fierce gun fire and was the only cameraman to film the events when the 71 day takeover of the village by Ogallala Sioux Indians ended. Footage was used in the 1992 documentary "Incident at Ogallala" narrated by Robert Redford. Also appeared on camera in the documentary.
White House pool cameraman for CBS News during President Ford's stay in Vail, Colorado. Shot slow motion film of President Ford skiing that appeared on all major television networks.
In 1971 was the reporter who broke story that Senator George McGovern was dropping Senator Thomas Eagleton from ticket as a vice presidential candidate. Covered the Kennedy family from Hyannis Port, Massachusetts during the summers of 1966 to 1969 for WBZ radio, Boston.
Covered the Pope's visit to the United States for CBS News in 1979.
Shot numerous cover stories and nature segments for "CBS Sunday Morning" with Charles Kuralt.
Provided high definition video stock video to such clients as Best Buy, Sharp Imaging, Ralph Lauren, Acura and the Social Security Administration.