I began my college career as a cinematography major. Once I wandered my way into the advanced cameras dept. I never looked back. Now, in the third year (of a 5 year plan), I have dropped the cinematography concentration and am a general film/video major. I find myself wandering around these forums or reading camera manuals trying to absorb as much as possible, instead of doing homework. School has ever really been my bag, and as far as what I can still learn as an A.C. I feel can only come from more hands on experience. The only reason I see to stay in school is possible future networking opportunities, and ready access to odds and ends for my ditty. Is a degree something people really value in an A.C.? Would a job at say, a rental house be more beneficial? I dont expect to get paid work right out of the gate, but I'll work just to get my name out there. Is there some sort of craigslist that's more reliable and specified for A.C. work? Also, I've attached my resume. Any feedback on what else to include or how to improve it is infinitely appreciated.
Thanks in advance for responses!