Paul Falcone

Paul has been shooting weddings & Events for over 25 years

  Paul Falcone starting making films at the age of 5 at the Yellow Ball Workshop: An animation school run by his parents Yvonne Andersen and Dominic Falcone. His first solo effort was a cut out animated movie called "Underwater Creatures" about giant monsters.

Paul Falcone starting making films at the age of 5 at the Yellow Ball Workshop: An animation school run by his parents Yvonne Andersen and Dominic Falcone. His first solo effort was a cut out animated movie called "Underwater Creatures" about giant monsters.

 Paul recieved a BFA as a Film/Video major at the Rhode Island School of Design and was a T.A. in animation and special effects. His student film “Strange Flesh” was a finalist for the student academy awards.

Paul recieved a BFA as a Film/Video major at the Rhode Island School of Design and was a T.A. in animation and special effects. His student film “Strange Flesh” was a finalist for the student academy awards.

 After graduating Paul worked for Adelphia in Community Access Television. Teaching classes in video production, shooting local events, documenteries, shorts and public relation spots. He twice won first place at the Massachusetts Community Access awards. Paul has also been a studio manager for Duxbury and Concord/Carlisle TV, and news videographer for Wellesley Media.

After graduating Paul worked for Adelphia in Community Access Television. Teaching classes in video production, shooting local events, documenteries, shorts and public relation spots. He twice won first place at the Massachusetts Community Access awards. Paul has also been a studio manager for Duxbury and Concord/Carlisle TV, and news videographer for Wellesley Media.

 As a freelancer Paul has worked on a wide spectrum of projects including corporate events, sports, courtroom video, commercials, music videos, children's TV, feature films and of course weddings.

As a freelancer Paul has worked on a wide spectrum of projects including corporate events, sports, courtroom video, commercials, music videos, children's TV, feature films and of course weddings.