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Matthew White - Owner of 4th Coast Productions
Director, producer, cinematographer and editor

Marketing Videos
Matt White has created marketing videos for
J.P. Morgan, Sherwin-Williams, U.S. Army, State University of New York, New York State Department of Health, Corning Incorporated, The Strong National Museum of Play, Susan B. Anthony House, The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades,
Delaware River Port Authority, Rochester Hearing & Speech Center, Development Authority of the North Country, Jewish Community Center of Rochester, United Way of Northern New York, Site Hub, Clark CSM, Hochstein School of Music, Kovalsky-Carr Electric, Touchstream Solutions, Hasto Communications, ESL Federal Credit Union, 585 Dentist, Digital Rochester, Chabad of Pittsford, Quality of Life Medicine, Hillel Community Day School, Tech Startup Expo, Vine and Villa, Jtekt Torsen, Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization, Jefferson Community College, River Hospital, Samaritan Hospital, Current Applications, Jefferson County Job Development Corporation and Renzi Foodservice.

Awards
TV Commercial Campaign
DV Awards
"River Hospital"

Cinematography / Videography

Telly Awards
"Development Authority of the North Country Community Rental Housing"

Documentary
Telly Awards
"The Upside Down Book"

Movie Trailer
Telly Awards
"The Upside Down Book"

Best Documentary
Somewhat North of Boston Film Festival
"The Upside Down Book"

Best Human Interest Documentary
New York International Independent Film and Video Festival
"Coming Home Alive"

Best Documentary
Associated Press
"Terror and Tears: The Story of Pan Am 103"

Best Mini-Series
Associated Press
"Terror and Tears: The Story of Pan Am 103"

Best Human Interest Feature
Syracuse Press Club
"Veterans Day Salute"

Photo Essay
Syracuse Press Club
"Adoption Day"

Photo Essay
Syracuse Press Club
"Unique Woodworks

Filmography

Director/producer/editor/cinematographer

"House of Stronzo"     58 minutes
"Bridge Brothers"   100 minutes
"The Upside Down Book"     51 minutes
"Fort Drum The First 100 Years"     90 minutes
"Little Ditch The Black River Canal"     90 minutes
"Coming Home Alive"     90 minutes
"Vernissage of American Artists"     20 minutes
"The Quest of Carmen D'Avino"     30 minutes









'House of Stronzo' has been acquired for worldwide distribution by Shoreline Entertainment.  'Bridge Brothers' was sponsored by Sherwin Williams and The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades.  Bridge Brothers has been acquired for distribution on iTunes and Amazon by Broadway Video, the company that distributes Saturday Night Live.

'The Upside Down Book' documentary has been broadcast on the History Channel in Australia and New Zealand, and on the Discovery Channel in Poland.  Foxtel purchased the rights to broadcast the film.  The documentary has been awarded Best Documentary at the Somewhat North of Boston Film Festival.  The film has also received two Telly Awards, winning for both documentary and movie trailer.  The documentary has been accepted for the Detroit Jewish Film Festival, Hoboken International Film Festival, Kingston Film Festival and the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.  The documentary was also shown at the Rochester Jewish Book Festival and at Rochester Institute of Technology.  The documentary was filmed on-location in Boston Massachusetts, Germany & France.

'Little Ditch The Black River Canal' has been broadcast nationally on the Documentary Channel and on PBS stations.  The documentary has also been shown in movie theaters, museums and historical societies.

'Coming Home Alive' and 'The Quest of Carmen D'Avino' have each been selected for the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. 'Coming Home Alive' has been awarded Best Human Interest Documentary and screened as part of the festival in New York City and Los Angeles. 'The Quest of Carmen D'Avino' has been acquired for distribution by The Cinema Guild of Manhattan.

'Fort Drum The First 100 Years' has been shown in movie theaters and the USO hosted a screening of the documentary at Fort Drum, NY.

Broadcast TV News
As a broadcast TV videographer and editor, Matt has covered thousands of news stories for Time Warner Cable and the NBC affiliate in Syracuse, NY.  Footage he photographed has appeared on CNN, ESPN and the Weather Channel.

Matt covered President Barack Obama, President Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Governor Eliot Spitzer and Syracuse Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim.

Matt's broadcast TV footage includes stories from the United States House of Representatives, Democratic and Republican National Committee Headquarters in Washington D.C., Basketball Hall of Fame, The Great New York State Fair, NCAA Games and Syracuse Basketball.

Still Photography Published
USA Today
The Los Angeles Times
New Jersey Star-Ledger
Culture Wars
Bark Magazine
The Jewish Daily Forward
WBUR - Bostonís NPR news website

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Matt's still photography gallery.
 

Since 1999