Paul Mathew Giret has been working with
video cameras in San Diego all of his life. He started perusing his
video career in High School where he was the director and editor of
their morning News program.
He moved on to joining an Underground Artist Collective acting as
their sole videographer. He has worked on multiple citizen investigative
journalism projects with the San Diegan's For Safe Water and their
Fluoride projects as well as Davis Media Access and their
Geo-engineering coverage (footage since sealed). He has directed over
100 public access television shows that are still currently being
cablecast on both COX and Time Warner locally in San Diego.
Paul has made many music videos for underground musicians in San
Diego and has worked on projects with names such as Lee Scratch Perry,
Switchfoot, and OK GO.
Now as the President of the San Diego City College Film Society, Paul
is helping bring the different departments together in order to
synergize the campus by utilizing the schools resources to produce
student made professional quality work.
Paul has also signed on as the head of the Film Festival at the San Diego Indie Fest in March 2013.