Posted by Natalie Faye on June 26, 2020
Peek into the workshop of Runabout Goods and witness the craftsmanship and love that go into each mask they make. Ruanabout Goods is donating a large number of masks to first responders and prison inmates and we wanted to get the word out quickly so I shot and edited this video during quarantine. I worked alone as a one woman crew, wearing PPE and distancing.
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Natalie is a photographer/director/filmmaker based in Los Angeles. A natural storyteller at heart, she leverages her curiosity and sense of adventure to elevate a brand’s story and to bring people to life in front of her camera. She loves collaborating and brings a positive can-do attitude to the table. With 20 years experience in the industry, she is hands-on with every project from conceptualization through post-production. Her attention to detail assures a project's creative integrity will be maintained and expectations exceeded. Natalie’s team can provide soup to nuts production services for both still and video. Productions can be scaled for budgets of all sizes and her team is available for travel worldwide.
Originally from the South (Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee), Natalie transplanted to Southern California in her twenties and hasn’t looked back. She lives near the beach and takes adventures up and down the West Coast as often as possible.
Clients include Dakine, Disney, Johnson & Johnson, Lexus, Zales Jewelers, Auto Trader, ADP, Corsair Gaming, Nobilo Wines, Women’s Wear Daily, Yoga Journal.