Anton Delfino

Anton Delfino


The storytelling bug hit me when I worked at video store in high school. (Remember VHS and LaserDisc?) My co-workers introduced me to Anime, Hong Kong action films, Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s filmography, and other cult classics.

Fast forward a few years and I enrolled at Cogswell College to pursue a degree in Digital Motion Picture. My student short “Cereal Monogamy” was accepted to the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (formerly VC FilmFest) back in 2007. Later that year, I moved to New York City to dive into film production. As a freelancer, I cut my teeth doing grip and electric work on student films, music videos, commercials, and low budget indie films. This was a great way to immerse myself in a new city, by the way.

The next chapter is in Los Angeles. (I heard they make movies there) In 2010, I started working for Hulu and transitioned to their internal video production team as a production coordinator. Here is when I started to become a video multi-tool. I wore all sorts of hats across all types of different projects. I believe the only department I didn’t work in was Hair and Makeup.

I moved back home to the Bay Area in 2015. With all the experience on set, in the production office, and in the edit bay, I became a freelance videographer. I’ve worked with agencies and companies to produce video promos for social media. Making videos is fun! But it’s much better when you do it with great folks!

Lights, Camera, Action.

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