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Mindy Bee Joins Cineverse Atlanta

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Cineverse announced the addition of Mindy Bee to its film and digital camera rental group. Mindy’s background will help Cineverse support the specialized needs of feature, commercial and television production crews. Mindy will be the Southeast client liaison, based at Cineverse Atlanta, which will open in early January 2015.

“We are excited to have Mindy Bee join our team,” stated Wayne Miller, Cineverse’s vice president. “Cineverse couldn’t ask for a more dynamic and committed partner. Because of her firsthand production crew experience, she’s passionate about the business and tireless in her commitment to DPs, ACs and producers.”

Prior to Cineverse, Mindy was the marketing executive at Panavision Atlanta having assisted in the opening of the Georgia office in 2011. Previously she worked for Panavision Orlando and spent three years as an instructor at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Fla.

As a member of International Cinematographer’s Guild, IATSE – Local 600, Bee had a 15-year career working as a camera assistant on motion pictures and network television shows.

Throughout her career, Mindy has been engaged in the production community as an active member of various organizations such as the Georgia Production Partnership, Film Florida and Women in Film. Staying true to her roots, Mindy is a strong supporter of Local 600’s continuing educational programs.

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