My name is Tiffany Kinder, a Los Angeles native who has been working as a location manager in feature films and television for more than 19 years. In 2007, I moved to the Boston area to further my career in film. I now serve as the studio production manager of Red Sky Studios in Allston, MA, and I assist in sales for Red Herring Motion Picture Lighting in North Attleboro, MA.
It is great knowing that Red Sky Studios has the local support, through other local Boston-based businesses and resources, to meet all of our clients’ production needs.
The commercials, movies, and television shows brought to Massachusetts by this incentive provide a living for many people, reaching far beyond crew members (like my husband and friends), and boosting revenue for an untold number of local businesses, like restaurants, caterers, furniture stores, hotels, steel fabricators, media supply outfits, production companies, advertising agencies, talent agencies, delis, hardware stores, clothing stores, mom and pop shops, city halls, town halls, preserves, farms, and so many more.
We work with the best freelance crews in the area and maintain a modest staff of seven who are familiar with all aspects of film and photography. I am proud to be a part of a company supporting the future of film in Boston!
Since moving to the East Coast, Boston has grown into the place I call home. My son, who is five-and-a-half, attends school in Medfield, MA, where we reside. He too has expressed wanting to go into film, just like his mom and dad.
The pictures you see are of some of the Red Herring MPL crew, our lights on the set of Black Mass, a local car dealership commercial at Red Sky Studios, and my son and me on our horse Henry.