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Christopher Uhlig
City Montréal

Project Type Documentary, Feature Films, Dramatic Television, Factual Series, Web Content
Research Type Visuals Stills, Visuals Footage, Talent Clearances, Trademark Clearances, Licensing, Editorial Research
Subject Areas History World, History Canadian, History American, History European, History Military, Biography, Science And Environment, Popular Culture, Arts And Culture, Crime, Sports
Languages English, French, Italian

About My Work I have been working as a visual and archival researcher for television and film since 2014. My largest projects include credits for: the series Million Dollar Genius, for The History Channel; the series Wheels That Fail and Rev'd Up, both for the Velocity Network; and the Series Rogue Earth, for Discovery Canada.I have been working as a visual and archival researcher for television and film since 2014. My largest projects include credits for: the series Million Dollar Genius, for The History Channel; the series Wheels That Fail and Rev'd Up, both for the Velocity Network; and the Series Rogue Earth, for Discovery Canada. I have also done uncredited research on a wide variety of series during my time working for CMJ Productions II and Pixcom Productions Inc. In addition to research during production stages, I have performed numerous production and post-production duties for several series, including: archiving all visual materials using software such as CatDv, quality assurance/quality control, compiling archival budgets, creating episode breakdowns, creating blur/bleep lists, negotiating licensing fees with media partners, and legal research.