Hi, I’m Ereich Vaughn Empey. I offer various consultation, project development and management services, specializing in photographic, video and live event production.
I have experience acting as a lead technical consultant for online telecommunications and streaming solutions, both developing solutions and managing projects of varying scope. I run live webcast experiences and programming in field locations, ensuring optimal viewing experiences while ensuring stakeholder needs are met. I edit and produce short-form video pieces using non-linear editing software. I am also experienced in all production aspects from start to finish including video, audio, lighting and media management.
I shoot with a 5dIII, focusing on a mix of landscapes, still life and portraiture. I’ve been the principle photographer for Nymphashion. The blogger focuses on fashion, mostly whimsical-yet-elegant outfits, in addition to beauty product reviews. I have a myriad of photo credits, including head-shots, group portraits, product advertisements and action shots, both on-site and studio photography.
I was trained in History, Classics and Anthropology from the University of California, Irvine, from which I acquired two bachelors magna cum laude. I have a masters in Sociocultural Anthropology from Rice University where I am currently a doctoral candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology. My dissertation studies the Slow Food Movement, an extensive “glocal” movement/organization/ideology that seeks to change quotidian alimentary habits. My research is focused on how ideological beliefs and alternative expertise impact choices of consumption and production.