Camera & Steadicam Operator, We Going Steadi, LLC.

Adeshola Adigun is a Los Angeles, CA-based Camera & Steadicam Operator who works on commercials, branded content, music videos and narrative films.

He was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Queens before moving to Cape Coral, FL as a teenager. It wasn't until his time at Edison Community College (now Florida SouthWestern State College) that he found direction through a Composition professor, Maria Cahill, urging him to take her newly introduced Creative Writing course. Shortly thereafter, he transferred to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, GA to pursue a BFA in Writing.

While at SCAD, he got drawn to filmmaking through being best friends and roommates with film students. Through watching films with his friends and discussing the creative choices filmmakers made he realized that camera movement and operation was what he geeked out on most (i.e. the opening dolly shot from Stanley Kubrick's 'A Clockwork Orange' and the dolly-zoom/vertigo shot in the diner in Martin Scorsese's 'the Goodfellas.'

In late 2014, about a year after graduating and leaving his music journalism pursuits behind, he made the switch to Film and Television Production with the help of his friend, sound mixer Kurt Pierce, helping him land his first gig as a Production Assistant. He used that one PA gig to get more work on set with the intention of shadowing Camera Assistants and Cinematographers with the goal of eventually getting into the camera department. The rest is history.

Adeshola finds enjoyment and fulfillment in the collaborative process of filmmaking and telling stories through motion pictures.

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