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July 22, 2008
            In what was an extraordinary effort on all your behalf I wanted to personally thank you for your participation on the OCTA trails film. It was an immense undertaking that could not have been accomplished without each and every one of you. I started reviewing materials today and was overwhelmed at the scale (geography), counter-pointed by the intimacy (teens on their own trail). All of your dogged determination and creative energy is up on the screen for all to share.
             Lincoln – you are a rock and all the extras you brought to the project are too numerous to mention (my friend).
            Good luck with all your future endeavors and I look forward to seeing all of you soon!

Regards,

Bob Noll, Creative Director
Boston Productions Inc.
100 Morse St
Norwood, MA 02062
781-255-1555

OCTA Trails. Click here for more info.

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 July, 2008
            "With Comic-Con International 2008 slowly becoming a memory (we still have some stories yet to post), I thought I’d take this moment to point out some of the talent behind our convention coverage (don’t miss our full news index) and share my thanks publicly for what the crew was able to accomplish during this most difficult of shows.
            As a result of Team CBR’s hard work, we saw our highest weekend traffic ever, which followed our busiest week ever due to the success of “The Dark Knight” and our hugely comprehensive coverage of the film. But as good as last week was, the week following Comic-Con was even better. Seriously -- Busiest. Week. Ever.
            None of this would not have been possible without Team CBR.
           
The CBR TV Crew
            Director Lincoln Morrison, a true pro who did an excellent job of running the cameras and sound during our interviews. He made my job easy."

Jonah Weiland, President
ComicBookResources.com

Behind the scenes on the CBR boat

 

   

April 30, 2008
            Saw footage. All looks GREAT and SOUNDS fantastic. Guys said you were a perfect host. Thanks.

John Whitaker
Manager, Kellog A/V
One Kellog Square
Battle Creek, MI 49015
269-961-6647 (o)

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October 12, 2005
            Job well done!
            I have to say I have been very impressed by you. You do such an excellent job! You make everyone feel good on set. You treated every actor (and crew member) with such dignity, respect, and kindness. You run a tight, professional ship. I am glad you are part of the team. You make Plastic Cow (and me) very, VERY proud!!

Thank you.

Mickey :-)

Mickey Corcoran
Plastic Cow Productions
115 N. Hollywood Way
Burbank, CA 91505
818-567-0001
www.plasticcow.com

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July 29, 2004
            I’d like to thank you for all the effort you put into “The Next Great Champ”.
            It’s been an unbelievably challenging production, and your hard work and diligence have been greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Paul Buccieri
Hollywood Production Center
1149 N. Gower St., Ste 200
Los Angeles, CA 90038
323-785-2334

   

   

June 12, 2003
            Thank you for your submission (The P-Sound. Click here to view) to DancesWithFilms. We truly appreciate the opportunity to see your work. Unfortunately we are unable to offer a slot in this years festival. In an effort to not insult your intelligence with something that is simply a form letter we would like you to know some of the positive comments that our selection committee had to say about your film:
            “Well shot. Interesting concept. Good lighting technique. Nice set up – great vehicle for an actor monologue/reel."
            Always remember that in putting together your film, you have accomplished more than most people and must always take pride in that fact. Perseverence is what wins and we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors!

Sincerely,

Michael Trent
DancesWithFilms
The Lot
1041 N. Formosa Avenue
Formosa Bldg., 2nd Floor
W. Hollywood, CA 90046

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August 18, 2002
            We did it: 5 films in 6 days. Thanks go out to all of you for making it possible. We got some great stuff.
            Special thanks to Lincoln Morrison (DP) and Paul Graff (Sound) for doing all six days with me. It wasn’t easy, bouncing from steadicam to dark to light, drama to comedy. Thanks to Aaron Davis and Patrick Gorman for helping us out for three days. And thanks to the rest of you for putting in your time and energy. I hope to have all the projects edited and completed by the end of the year. But first I’ve got to find a paying gig!

Thanks again!

Eric Mofford, Director
EricMofford.com

   

   

January 4, 2001
            Thanks for everything you have done for Transfo, but most of all thank you for your patience and diligence to your profession.
            Happy New Year and best regards,

Kyle Kirkland
Transfomation Systems
Houston, TX

   

   

July 15, 2000
            It is my pleasure to unconditionally recommend Lincoln Morrison for employment in any aspect of the film business.
            Lincoln was the 2nd Unit Director of Photography on the television series “CYBERKIDZ” which was produced by our company in the fall of 1995. His spirit of cooperation, attention to detail, and willingness to “go the extra mile” accommodated the needs of the production and were greatly appreciated.
            His responsibilities included a generous portion of the principal photography, in addition to match-backs, inserts, and multiple camera operations. He also directed a number of scenes which were laden with special effects. Despite budget limitations and the constraints of a tight schedule, Lincoln performed well beyond the demands of the production while maintaining his sense of humor and dedication.
            Most recently, our company has been preparing a series of documentaries in which he has participated as a writer, producer, and photographer. His contributions have been a great asset to our company and we wish Lincoln the best in whatever endeavors he pursues.

Respectfully,

Edwin Larsen, Chairman
United International Film Corp.
US offices – 21418 Salamanca Ave.
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

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August, 1999
            On behalf of Rise Up Entertainment, we thank you for your hard work and contribution in making “Hot Spots” a success and look forward to future work together.

Sincerely,

Nelson Parks, Roxanna Michaels, & Kevin Weiler

   

   

December 11, 1998
           
We would like to extend our appreciation and acknowledge your generous support of the “Up and Coming Artists Show” which took place on December 11, 1998. The show was a rousing success thanks to your support.
            We would not have put on such an exciting show without your generous donation. We look forward to your participation in our future productions.

Sincerely,

Jill Carpenter, Laura Pugliese
1221 N. Orange Dr., #112
Los Angeles, CA 90038

   

   

June 3, 1992
            On behalf of the American Film Institute, I want to express our appreciation and gratitude for your interest in the Directing Workshop for Women. Your participation on the crew of Carol Satrina’s project as Camera Operator helped ensure the success of “CHIAROSCURO”.
            It is because of the combined time and effort of individuals such as yourself that the Directing Workshop for Women is possible.

            Again, many thanks for your help.

Sincerely,

Tess Martin, Director
Production Training Division
The American Film Institute
P.O.  Box 27999
2021 N. Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027

 

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October 15, 1991
            On behalf of Smillie Films we want to express our sincere appreciation for your support, enthusiasm, and assistance in the production of the advertisements for the AIDS Hotline for Women shot on Saturday, September 28. Without the services you provided, the success of this project would have most certainly been diminished.
           As we know, Public Service Announcements of this kind serve many purposes. The first and most obvious benefit is, of course, satisfying a public need for information or a unique service. However, for those of us with the responsibility to produce these commercials without money, the privilege of working with dedicated craftspeople offering their time, talent, and energy, and vendors generoud enough to donate the necessary tools, make the cause seem almost secondary.
           Thank you again, Lincoln, for your help in making this extremely important project possible and we look forward to working with you soon.

Sincerely,

Joel DeLoach
David Kleinman
Smillie Films
2230 Broadway
Santa Monica, CA 90404

   

   

September 25, 1990
            I wish to express my pleasure and confidence in working with Lincoln Morrison as 1st Assistant Cameraperson. We recently returned from two months of shooting in the U.S.S.R. a feature film, “BANYA”, for Zerkalo Productions, the first independent American-Soviet co-production done entirely without government assistance. Under extremely difficult working conditions, Lincoln, in addition to having a good sense of humor, possessed a steady, even temperament. His level of awareness, foresight, and willingness to face adversity helped make my job considerably easier.
            I’ve also had the pleasure of working with him in the Boston area doing commercial production. He has proved to be a capable, resourceful, reliable crew member. On those occasions, he filled key positions in the electrical and grip departments.
            I feel extremely confident in recommending Lincoln for employment in whatever field he may choose in the film industry.

Sincerely,

David Brenkopf
Director of Photography
6 West 77th St., 6D
New York, N.Y. 10024

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September 25, 1990
            During July and August of 1990, Lincoln worked as First Camera Assistant – on location in the Soviet Union – on Zerkalo Films’ production of “BANYA”, a 35mm. U.S.-Soviet independent feature film.
           As A.C., Lincoln was exacting and thorough. Because of the difficult environment in which we all worked, Lincoln’s unflagging attention to detail was vital to the success of our project. Shooting under a tight schedule, in adverse conditions, and essentially cut off from our equipment suppliers, the quality of Lincoln’s daily care and maintenance of the camera package meant the difference between a film completed on schedule and as envisioned, and the nightmare which would have resulted from the failure of even one vital component of the camera gear. Lincoln navigated his way through the loss of functionality of key lenses, as well as the theft at one point of both his main and backup changing bags.
            Typical of an independent project like “BANYA”, shooting ratio was a constant concern. Lincoln’s exacting execution of his duties on the set – loading, changing mags, pulling focus – helped guarantee that the footage we shot was all technically usable.
            Most importantly, Lincoln proved to be a strong and reliable member of the crew, in an environment which tested the backbone and personal resources of every person involved with the project. Through long days in a primitive Russian village, through the rain and mud, and without a camera vehicle – Lincoln gave a consistent 100% effort and maintained a positive, constructive, and professional attitude throughout.

            It is my pleasure to recommend Lincoln Morrison, unconditionally, for employment.

Chris Schmidt (Director)
Zerkalo Productions, Inc.
41 Channing Rd.
Watertown, MA 02172

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March 6, 1990
            I want to thank you for your help on the final shooting day of “Workin’ the System”.
           We’re now into the editing, which is going well, and I’ll be in touch when there’s a screening.
           Thanks again for your help. I enjoyed working with you again, and I hope we can do it again soon.

Best regards,

Louis Gudema, Writer/Producer/Director
21 Eria Street, Ste. 30
Cambridge, MA 02139

   

   

August 28, 1989
            I believe you are very fortunate to be considering Lincoln for potential employment. His service to me and Newbury Filmworks is a testament of responsibility , integrity, and hard work that will be hard to rival.
            His seven years with Newbury Filmworks has seen him grow from an office worker doing film edge-numbering to his most current position of Production Manager on all Newbury Filmworks productions. He has learned the production business inside out! He has tied-in, recorded sound, pulled focus, scouted locations, cut deals, hired crews, made international production arrangements, driven trucks, developed computer programs, gotten his hands dirty, and even worn a tie. It is a wonder that someone can do all this and do all of it well!! Well, Lincoln does all this and so much more, he does it right. He learned early on that in a small production company people have to be versatile and be doing the job right. In addition, I have been very demanding especially coming from a technical background myself. Lincoln’s overall expertise comes from an overall understanding of the mechanics of film and video production coupled with an intuitive sense of what will work!!
           Dedication is coming into the office on a Sunday morning before six a.m. to call Islamabad, Pakistan to arrange a crew for shooting there and then do this for one week running because of the time difference, then back it up with multiple faxes, and more calls and back-ups for the back-ups. It is only a savvy, intelligent, and well organized individual with incredible dedication that could or would do this. Lincoln has all these attributes and more.
            I know what you may be thinking, jack of all trades, master of none. Nothing could be further from the truth! Lincoln had to become proficient at all of these tasks because his job demanded it! His qualifications are irrefutable! He is a perfectionist whose attention to organization and detail will be sorely missed.
           Lincoln has always gone the extra mile for me and for Newbury Filmworks. I would without reservation recommend Lincoln for any position that he is seeking from you. Lincoln will never say he can do something he can’t deliver on.

Sincerely yours,

Robert Noll, President
Newbury Filmworks
342 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02115

 


   
June 22, 1983
            I want to take this opportunity to thank you for a job well done as a production assistant on our “Senior Citizen” P.S.A. Your talents helped make the production go as smoothly as we had hoped.
            The footage looks great (as you have already seen) and our client was very pleased with the spot. I look forward to working with you again in the future.
           Thanks again for your energetic and professional work.

Sincerely,

Steve Tringali, Producer
Rampion Visual Productons
95 Harvey Street
Cambridge, MA 02140