OWC, the industry’s most-trusted storage technology company, is set to showcase its latest workflow solutions at Cine Gear Expo in Hollywood from June 2-3rd at Paramount Studios. OWC will feature a larger presence at this year’s community event and will be demonstrating its newly expanded Atlas Card Ecosystem, designed and developed to serve the needs of today’s top cinematographers.

Sam Mestman, OWC’s Head of Marketing added, “We are excited to return to Cine Gear back on the Paramount Lot and be able to engage with Hollywood’s creative community. As a company, one of our main missions this year is to make cinematographers jobs easier — and so we’ll be bringing out our best solutions to the studio. We look forward to seeing all our creative friends soon.”

OWC is fresh off a successful NAB Show, which included receiving a TV Technology Award for its Jellyfish XT system and The Sustainability Champion Award from NAB for OWC Founder and CEO Larry O’Connor. Also, OWC welcomed Emmy winners, Oscar-nominated cinematographers and thousands of other high-end video professionals to its booth over the four day show in Las Vegas.

Cine Gear LA attendees can visit OWC at Booth S1405.

Gabriel Mays

AbelCine Director of Rental
As Director of Rental, Gabriel Mays oversees growth of Rental by nurturing business relationships and unifying the customer experience nationwide. In his previous role as the LA Rental Manager, Gabriel worked with producers, cinematographers, and assistant camera operators to provide the highest level of customer service possible. He also ensured that all their equipment needs are met on budget. Before coming to AbelCine in 2015, Gabriel previously worked as a Communications Instructor and Electronic Media Engineer at a private university. He taught various courses in electronic media, including film, broadcasting, and digital arts. Gabriel is an award-winning cinematographer, director, producer, and editor known for his innovative research and implementation of new film techniques. He was also one of the first to implement HDSLR cameras into filmmaking. He has been the cinematographer on dozens of independent films, documentaries, and music videos.