A Day in the Life of Mark Hill

October 26, 2020
Share This Post

For Atlanta, GA-based Local 600 Unit Still Photographer Mark Hill, the last six months have felt, in his words, “like one very long day, punctuated by wonderful family meals, yardwork, a knee replacement, and a few rounds of socially-distanced golf.”

Hill adds that since the outset of quarantine, he’s felt “a nagging melancholy that has been exacerbated lately by our industry going back to work, while I remain too idle.” That idleness didn’t last long. Recently, Hill has been back on the set of a show in Atlanta.

To provide himself with some stability during quarantine, besides his family and friends, he turned to his camera, creating a month-by-month diary of this new COVID-19 world, and those things that would supply physical and emotional support.

Recent Posts

Looking Forward with Richard DuCree

February 3, 2021

When not shooting stills for projects like Stargirl, MacGyver, Greenleaf, and Nat Geo’s Genius: Aretha (ICG Magazine May 2020), Atlanta-based still photographer Richard DuCree captures […]

New NEB Members Give Back to Your Union

January 27, 2021

Local 600’s National Executive Board meets via Zoom on January 30 and 31 to discuss our current challenges and opportunities, benefits, bargaining, budgets, and the […]

Who Does It Take to Flip a Project?

January 20, 2021

Featured image of Terra Gutmann-Gonzalez on the set of “The Immaculate Room.” Flipping a project – any project – is no easy feat. Feelings get […]

Scroll to Top