Wynn Padula received an M.F.A. in Directing and Cinematography from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television in 2007.
Wynn has directed several festival-winning short films including "The Breeze Team," which won 2nd Place at the Canadian International Film Festival,
"Rainbow Klansmen," and "Felicia's House," which have been an official selection at many prestigous festivals including The Mill Valley Film Festival,
The Columbus Film Festival, The Griffen Film Festival, The Greenwich Film Festival and the Los Angeles Shorts Festival. In 2005, Wynn won a $25,000
Sloan Foundation award and a prestigious Polonsky award for his script "Lynx." In 2008, Wynn taught filmmaking at the University of North Carolina. In 2009, Wynn moved to San Francisco and has been working as a Director of Photography on many different kinds of shoots ranging from narrative films to commercials.
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