My name is Deborah Eve Lewis
(but you can call me Deb.)
I take pictures - often 24 of them per second; sometimes more, sometimes less.
I'm a cinematographer, maker of films and a teacher to burgeoning filmmakers. I love my friends and family, and I'm lucky to be surrounded by such kind, hard-working and interesting people.
I enjoy short, excellent, weird films as much as I enjoy GREAT CINEMA, and sometimes they are one and the same, such as one of the greatest movies of all time – Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story. I enjoy knowing what others are reading and watching, so to share in that kind of sharing, here's a list of what I'm into these days:
What I'm reading:
Modern Instances: The Craft of Photography. A Memoir by Stephen Shore
An ever-changing list:
Bradford Young, Ellen Kuras, Roger Deakins, Ernest Dickerson, Gordon Willis, and many more...
Films I want to see: Fremont
Film I like more now than when I first saw it: Aftersun