My Film Resume - Hollywood Section
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Paramount)
My One & Only (Runaway Home Productions)
She's Out of My League (Dreamworks)
State of Play (Universal)
Burn After Reading (Working Title)
Hit & Run (MGM)
My Film Resume - Indy Section
Roulette (Four-Fingered Films) - 2nd Unit Director of Photography & Assistant Editor
Living Will (KPHAT Productions) - Sound Recordist & Grip
Devils Racecourse (Patriot Film Studios) - Grip
"President's Day" - Grip
Come Hell or High Water (One-Eyed Horse Productions) - Documentarian
The Devil's Playthings - 2nd Unit Director of Photography
Before I ended up in the land of Television, I focused all my efforts on film. As I used to joke: the larger the budget, the smaller my role. Hence, while you'll see Transformers 3 and Burn After Reading on the resume, my contributions on those projects were minimal at best (but if you like crazy stories, buy me a drink and ask about my brush with fame on Dark of the Moon).
I've dabbled in Independent Film as well, with the smaller budgets leading to greater creativity. My short film All's Fair in Love & Work, which premiered at the 2011 Big Apple Film Festival in Tribeca, can be viewed above. I'd probably cut it to ten minutes these days, but you live and you learn, right? I've also made a multiple part documentary series called, "Luck of the Draw: The Making of 'Roulette.'" Focused on the independent film "Roulette," Luck of the Draw covered 2 years of behind the scenes drama.
"Ethan Meyer does a superb job of juxtaposing actual drama with whimsical humor to create a highly entertaining series of mini-films."
- Luck of the Draw review from Rogue Cinema
TV Producer & Director