Member since August 2015
"You can go to any film school you want. As long as it's not in California." And thus, Benjamin Zimbric's mother's words landed him smack in the middle of NYC attending NYU. While there Benjamin spent all his available time shooting, coming out of school with 28 short films. Continuing music video and short work after school, Benjamin started shooting his first feature doc with director Mariah Wilson, also shooting local news to make ends meet. Benjamin soon moved up to network news shooting, working for NBC, ABC, and Fox News. Benjamin shot his first narrative feature film, "Synapse" with director Sloan Copeland in the summer of 2006. In the Spring of 2007 Benjamin again teamed with Copeland to shoot the webseries "In the Now". In 2008 Benjamin was given the opportunity to shoot his second documentary feature, "Big in Europe" a month long excursion with a country western band through Europe. 2009 again saw Copeland and Benjamin teaming up to shoot "From Date to Mate" for Shalom TV. Copeland decided to team up with Benjamin to shoot "Wet Behind the Ears" in the Fall of 2011 and most recently for the feature film "LifeHack" in summer 2015. Benjamin has also shot over 45 short films, and music videos for artists, The Weepies, Greg Tannen, Abby Bernstein, and Z02.