Commercial for American Beverage Association (ABA)
Produced by UBER content and Workhouse Creative
Directed by Keith Rivers
Director of Photography by Eric Koretz
2nd unit DP/ table top work by Jason Oldak


Client: OLAY & Tongal
Writer/ Director: Anna Christopher
Producer: Cynthia Graner & Aaron Kogan
Cinematographer: Jason Oldak
Gaffer: Bill Coleman
Key Grip: Ravi Gahunia
Sing: Justin Johnson
1st Assistant camera: Justin Cameron
2nd Assistant camera: Wojciech Kielar
Prod. Designer: Michelle LeRoy
Makeup: Brittania Perri Denison
Costume Designer: Michelle Bush
Composer: Conan Skyrme
Post Sound Mixer: Andy Hay
Color Correction: Mike Halper
Photographed on the RED EPIC with Arri Aluras and Dior #10 stocking on back of Lens.

GROWING UP COY / feature documentary

Still Point Pictures Present
Growing Up Coy

Executive Producers: Diana Holtzberg
Produced by Jeremy Stulberg & Eric Juhola
Directed & Written by: Eric Juhola
DP: Jason Oldak, Randy Stulberg & Giga Shane

Human Rights Watch Film Fest 2016
Official Selection:
Framline40 San Francisco Internation Film Fest
Winner of The Tribeca Grant
Producer Sundance Lab

Photographed on mulitple HD platforms. My photography was captured with the Canon C300’s and EF mount lenses.


A short film.
Directed by Dylan Sanford
Starring Shiri Appleby & Sean Bell
Produced by Linda Morel / Dylan Sanford / Debra Spidell
Cinematography by Jason Oldak
Film Editing by Ryan Tanner
Camera Operator: Thomas Bango
1st AC: Ian Barbella / Eric W. Smith
Steadicam: Ron Lehman
Gaffer: David Novarro
Colorist: Mark Sanford

running time: 15 min.
Aspect Ratio: 2:39:1
Camera: Sony 4K upgraded FS700 and Convergent Design Odyssey 7Q recorder.
Lense: Super Speeds


Fusion Network & Citizen Jones Present
REAL FUTURE is Fusion’s new documentary series about technology and society

Produced by Citizen Jones
Executive Producers: Jonas Bell Pasht & Jonah Bekhor
Director: Isaac Feder
Producer: Trevor Worley / Kevin Roose / Alexis Madrigal
DP: Jason Oldak
B Camera Operator: Brian Outland/ Gabe Patay
1st AC: Rene Vargas

Photographed on SONY FS7’s w/ Canon EF Prime and Zoom lenses.


The video for this project has gone missing. Sorry about that, I'll find it in a jiff and get it back in place. In the meantime - mind giving me a heads up?

A LONG HOT WINTER // short film

trailer for the feature film
Produced By D & L Brothers
Director Daniel Brothers
Dir. of Photography Jason Oldak
1st AC Jesse Cain
2nd AC/Grip Silas Robinson
Gaffer Andrew Pouch
Production Designer Lauren Meyer
Costume Designer Lauren Brothers
Associate Producer Mary Green

Photographed on a RED EPIC
lenses: Super Speeds


CLIENT: COURTYARD MARRIOT & The NFL commercial with Ben Schwartz
“DeMarco Murray vs. Ben Schwartz in Fantasy Football Showdown”
Episode 3

Agency: Haven Entertainment
Producer: Chris Boyd
Dir: Ben Schwartz
DP: Jason Oldak
Camera Operators: Brian Outland / Abby Linne
AC: Rene Vargas
Gaffer: Chris Galdes
Photographed on C300’s and EF Lenses


Director/Producer: Jennifer Glynn & Kim Haden
Producer: Matthew Garza
1st AD: Beau Yarrow
Dir. of Photography: Jason Oldak
1st AC: Patrick Blanchet
2nd AC: Brian Freeman
DIT: Tal Levitas
Gaffer: Armando Ballesteros
BB Electric: Kenneth Bauer
Key Grip Oliver Young
BB Grip: James Gayer
Addl Grip: David Kitchner
Makeup Artist/Hairstylist: Alexis Brazel
Costume Designer: Lindsay Zir
Production Designer Chris Scharffenberg
Choreography Jos McKain
Dancers: John Graney, Parisa Fakhri, Austin Irving, Brit R I Manor, Abigail Marlowe
Colorist: Paul Sage

*Photographed on a RED EPIC with super speed lenses. Shot in Downtown Los Angeles.
Using HIVE lights www.hivelighting.com


On an early autumn afternoon, gay teen Zack Harrington killed himself with a gunshot to the head in his parent’s ranch in Norman, Oklahoma. One week earlier, Zack allegedly attended a local city council meeting in support of a proposal for LGBTQ History Month. When the floor opened up for public comment, some community members made highly controversial statements equating being gay with the spread of diseases such as HIV and AIDS.

Against the backdrop of a town bitterly divided on the issue of homosexuality, Zack’s parents, both conservative Republicans and military veterans, are forced to reconcile their own social and political beliefs with their son’s death. Determined to understand him, they discover a diary, which paints a portrait of a boy in crisis, and a chilling secret that Zack kept hidden for almost two years. It leads them to some painful conclusions about their son’s life and death.

When an outspoken conservative citizen runs for City Council, the Harringtons decide to join the politically active group, “MOMS: Mothers of Many.” Over the course of the local election season, witness Zack’s family, once private and politically conservative, come out of their own closet, moving from private denial to a climactic and very public acceptance of their son’s legacy.

Directed by Randy and Jeremy Stulberg
Executive Producer: Diana Holtzberg
Producer: Eric Juhola
Co-Producers: Marion Lipschutz, Rose Rosenblatt, Jeremy & Randy Stulberg
Cinematography by Jason Oldak
Music by Christopher Libertino
Film Editing by Jeremy Stulberg
Sound Editing by Cody Bell & Hollie Bennett
Sound re-recording mixer/ supervising sound editor Matthew Polis
Additional Photography by Liz Rubin & Randy Stulberg
Colorist Matthew Greenberg and Samuel Gursky
Music Supervisor Eben D’Amico

Winner of the ITVS Grant, a PBS America Reframed Program.
Produced by Still Point Pictures
Shot exclusively in Oklahoma
Aspect Ratio: 1:85 HD, pixelcam, (color) Runtime 1hr 21min


Produced by Fiction Pictures & Mustache Monocle Films
Director: Eli Berg
Producer: Mike Longenbach
1st AD: Mike Berg
Director of Photography: Jason Oldak
1st AC: Danny Gardner
2nd AC: Nick Nickides
Gaffer: Armando Ballesteros
Key Grip: Nick Kirsten
Swing Grip: Derek Copeland
Production Designer: Chris Scharffenberg
Set Dec: Chris Scharffenberg
Wardrobe Stylist: Michelle Thompson
Make-up: Kristen Saia
Shark FX: Brian Hillard, Silver Shamrock Lab
Colorist: Paul Sage

*shot with an Arri Alexa and a cooke 20-100zoom