Anthony Kupnicki graduated from a Secondary School dedicated to the dramatic and visual arts in Ontario. He ventured west in 2002, to study film production. Formal training and previous landscaping experience confidently landed him roles in the Greens and Set Decoration Department. Anthony utilized his time effectively during his first 3 years in the industry by networking and outperforming past all expectations of his peers. He was invited to play the role of an On Set Dresser and it was during this role that he began to understand the importance of Set Language. Anthony was honoured to work alongside property masters, a variety up and coming directors, and continued to study the director / actor relationship. These positions got him up front and personal with the Camera Department and gained the trust of the technicians working behind the scenes. Working every angle over the years confidently provided him insider knowledge at the production office and more importantly with those above the line. He took every role extremely serious as every situation got him closer to his dream of being paid to direct and produce. While in the pursuit of serving the motion picture and television industry he ventured back to school for small business start-up and he made a commitment to better his life by bettering his community through his production company, Real West Vision. He served one corporate project after another until he landed a role as Lead Camera Operator in Northern BC during an Adventure Series Race. This work made its way to broadcast on primetime television. He built a name for himself with a variety of productions including Much Music and his moment finally came during the 2010 Olympics when he was trusted to set up and operate multiple studio camera's, broadcast sound gear and effectively illuminate the sets and stage for live interview's downtown Vancouver. He was called back to repeat his successful efforts inside The Team USA house and was commended for his efforts. Anthony performed at the top of his game and would take this experience with him to facilitate much more in the season to come. He has taken calculated risks with his camera's capturing big name athletes through a variety of disciplines. A few carefully selected world class athletes inspired his film journey and during the fall of 2010 he began editing a documentary titled "Natural Inspired Life" conceptualized 10 years earlier. He independently produced, filmed and edited nearly everything on his own, short of a few seconds of 2nd camera work that helped shape the works. He submitted a rough cut version to the Cannes Film Festival and Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto, but unfortunately the film didn't win any awards, however a representative from each Festival took the time to send him a letter of acknowledgment extending their appreciation for his work. Anthony continues to write and channel his creativity through a variety of projects that continue to inspire. He's currently living the entrepreneurial dream and adapting to the evolving entertainment and film industry. He is ready to create with like minds both on and off camera and strives to positively make a difference on our planet. With a passion for personal training and fitness he's never lost sight of helping those who aim to live out their physical and emotional dreams through cinematography.