Sheree Johnson is a filmmaker, cinematographer, and editor. This year, her newest short film was selected by the TBUFF (Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival) to premiere at their film festival on December 8, 2019. As a visual storyteller, Sheree has worked in every aspect of the film making process. She is proficient in all facets of the work, starting with pre-production and shooting, to right on through the post-production process. She is able to work with many camera formats – digital, Canon, Panasonic, Sony, etc. Sheree works in several genres, including promos, narratives and documentaries. She creates and adapts to what is called for in a script, be it natural lighting, the dark and moody low-key lighting of film noir, or high-key beauty lighting. Sheree extends the same concept to commercial storytelling. She has worked on several shorts, from drama to comedy to serious subject matter and documentaries.
Sheree volunteers as a Big Sister with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Clearwater, Florida, and also has volunteered for Susan G. Komen Florida Suncoast events and races as the media photographer. Sheree also shoots for the Destination Publication digital magazine and annually the Clearwater Jazz Holiday.
Sheree has produced and directed music videos, commercials, special events and short films. She frequently works on productions with crews from the Tampa Bay area. Her projects have taken her around the world to capture stock footage and photography, from Europe to the beaches of the Caribbean and many more places in the USA.
Some of Sheree’s projects include:
- “The Barbara Cronin Harrington Story, a Documentary”
- “A Change of Wear” short film DP
- “Private Dicks” short film DP
- “The Prop” short film DP and editor
- “Data File” short film DP and editor
Projects currently in progress include “My Motivation,” in pre-production, “Caged Bird,” in pre-production, and “Caged Liberty,” a presentation at the Creative Pinellas Annual Art Show, as DP and editor.