CHICAGO ISSUE 163 Jun 2009

Christopher Rejano Chicago film

Christopher Rejano began an infatuation with imagery when given his first 35mm camera at age 13. After studying design, photography and fiction writing at Wayne State University in Detroit, he transferred to Columbia College Chicago for film. Here he was chosen to mentor under cinematographer Laszlo Kovacs, ASC on the MGM film 'Return to Me'.

With nearly fifteen feature film gaffer credits to his name, Rejano has aimed his sights on cinematography. His first feature film, 'Boricua', directed by Marisol Torres, was featured at the Tribeca and the Chicago international film festivals, receiving much praise. Currently, Rejano is involved with a television pilot called 'Dragons', shoots music videos and commercials, and is in pre-production for a 'Straight-Edge-Hardcore-Punk' musical.  

Christopher Rejano is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600 and Studio Mechanics Local 476.

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