Tery Wilson | About Me
For me, it’s all about the moment, capturing it and sharing the experience with the viewer in a cinematic but honest way.
Tery Wilson, about, Atlanta, Georgia, cameraman, Smyrna, East Atlanta, Decatur, film director, video director, cinematographer, director of photography, video editing, camera operator, visual effects, motion graphics, color grading, video production, media, videographer, videography, cinematography
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“For me, it’s all about the moment, capturing it and sharing the experience with the viewer in a cinematic but honest way. Filmmaking is my passion”

My name is Tery. I’m a multi-award winning freelance cinematographer and editor based in Atlanta, Ga. I’m a self-taught filmmaker and have been working in the film industry for about 4yrs now. I started my own production company, IntrygueGraphics Media, and seriously I can’t picture myself doing anything else. I have done all kinds of work in hopes of finding my true niche and I believe filmmaking is my calling. However, just having a camera in my hands is truly my passion. The art and craft of creating a motion picture using natural lighting, cameras, and sound, is what makes this entire endeavor an absolute pleasure. It’s funny though, my entire life has been heavy on information technology and I wound up getting a few certifications in the field. I’m like a Jane-of-all trades when it comes to being creative and to go from being a nerd in the IT field to just loving every aspect of filmmaking is quite interesting if you think about it. I’ve always been a creative person and doing things such as photography, editing and web designing. When people ask, I can’t explain it, I just didn’t fight it. Not attending film school did not deter me from learning all that I need to continue to master my craft and that never stops. I’m constantly learning and practicing new ways to improve my work. Often I see images and have ideas that I would like to share with others. This is how my films come about. So here I am looking forward to what lies ahead. Here’s to the future!

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