Drew Innis (A04) is a director, cinematographer and photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. He graduated from Tufts University with a BA in Economics. Following school he experimented in the business world for several years, but exited to pursue his first passion, film and photography, in earnest. He has since lensed short films that have screened at film festivals including Sundance, Cannes and the New York Film Festival and garnered several awards. Drew continues to seek out challenging projects and client work to grow his craft, meet new minds and explore the world.
Luke Boelitz (A12) is a freelance filmmaker and photographer based in Brooklyn. He worked as a staff producer at Reel Peak Films from 2014-2017, during which he served as Associate Producer on the feature documentary Trophy (2017) and worked on the Webby Award-winning, Emmy-nominated documentary series A Year In Space with TIME Magazine. Brothers of Climbing, a short documentary he produced for REI, was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick and has garnered over 2.3 million views since its release. Behind the lens he’s shot drone aerials for Toyota commercials and operated camera gimbals for clients including Ferrari and Dalmore Whiskey. Prior to joining Reel Peak, he worked as a photojournalist for the Mail and Guardian newspaper in Johannesburg, South Africa and as a professional boatbuilder in Boston.
Evan (A16) is a Tufts Football alum and editor & camera-op for JumbosLaxTV. Evan received a B.A. in Economics at Tufts and is the executive producer of Tufts Football Films, the football team's media outlet. As a student, he started Jumbotron Productions to produce video marketing and social media content for Tufts teams, including hockey, baseball, squash, basketball, soccer, and women's lacrosse. A Los Angeles native, Evan frequently travels home to work on commercials, music videos, and drone cinematography.
Ned Connolly (A17) is a Senior at Tufts and a camera-op/contributor for JumbosLaxTV. An avid lacrosse fan, he started working to film Tufts Lacrosse in 2015 and has since expanded his work beyond Lacrosse to include Tufts Football and Tufts Hockey. On campus Ned is a carpenter and theatre technician for the Drama Department as well as the President of the French Club. Prior to Tufts Ned attended Needham High School where he played football, track, and lacrosse.
Arlin Ladue (A12) is the gun behind the 2010 Tufts Lacrosse season documentary "Road To The Championship". Arlin has been a major factor in the growth of JMBLXTV as an editor and camera on the JumbosLaxTV YouTube page and subsequent documentaries in 2014 and 2015. His independent work includes "Moment Of Release", a documentary on the Tufts Men's Ultimate Frisbee team, as well as vlog and other adventure-style content on his Vimeo channel. Currently, he is the Head of Digital Strategy at Woo Sports.