Rates and Packages

Cine Camera Package 1

Day Rate: $1,200.00

Canon C100 Mark ii w/Tripod
4x4 Matte Box and follow focus
Small HD DP4 Monitor/EVF
2x LED Panel Lights w/stands

1x 150w Backlight
1x Sennheiser G3 wireless mic.
1x Sennheiser MKE 600 mic.

Zoom H4n Audio Recorder w/SD Card
Cables & Expendables

Additional gear day rates:

$75.00 Canon 5dM3

$250.00 JVC GY-HM700u HD Camera & Canon HD 

​$25.00 Vinten Tripod w/Bogen Cine 510 head

$50.00 Atomos Ninja2 recorder
1080p recording, 10-Bit, 4:2:2 ProRes 24p/30p or DNxHD Encoding and Playback. Requires SSD.

$75.00 Arri D3 Light Kit

$500.00 Sennheiser 816t kit
Boom w/Operator, Zeppelin w/high-wind sock & windscreen

$10.00ea 2 x 40" C-Stands w/arm or 1 x 20" C-Stand w/arm
$25.00 Set of Light Modifiers includes:
2x 24x36 full flags, 1x 12x24 full, 1x double open-end scrim black
1x triple open-end scrim black

$15.00 Full Set Apple boxes
$25.00 iPad Portable Prompter - requires emailed script no fewer than 3 days prior to shoot

Bialik Foto Werk Clients


Providence Health & Services

Pacific Medical Centers

Swedish Hospital

The Tulalip Tribes

Future Technology Homes, Inc.

The City of Tacoma

Pac 12 Network

Firetalker PR, Seattle

Comcast On Demand

Everett Gospel Mission

NFL on CBS

University of Washington

Fastnit Limited

Valentine Entertainment

The Big Twenty, Burbank, CA

Bialik Foto Werk
Independent Video Production Services

David H. Bialik is an Independent Contractor, Producer, Videographer, Editor and Owner of Bialik Foto Werk, a Washington State licensed business.
David got his start in Video Production at WWU in Media Services while completing his BA in Film & Video Production.
He then spent nine years at KVOS TV, Bellingham, WA., learning from talented TV Production and News professionals. There, Bialik shot promotional spots for sponsors like McDonald's of Canada, worked as a Photojournalist & Editor on spot/feature stories for their news broadcasts and filled many positions in the studio on live and commercial productions.
From 1999 - 2002, Bialik worked for KCPQ (Q13), Seattle, as a studio hand-held camera operator for "Mornings Live on Q", promo photographer and photojournalist.
After industry cutbacks in 2002, Bialik Foto Werk was formed to meet the production needs of Corporate, Small Business, Film and Feature Story Productions in the greater Puget Sound region.