Views from downtown: Jan. 15, 2022 winter storm

Jeffrey DeCristofaro

Though downtown Asheville saw less accumulation than some places in the county it still got a healthy blanket of snowfall, as captured here by local photographer, Jeffrey DeCristofaro.



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About Jeffrey DeCristofaro
Local freelancing multi-artist (actor-filmmaker-model-photographer-poet-videographer) and multi-activist with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) currently residing in Asheville. My background: - Tennessee native - Formerly homeschooled from the 5th grade all the way to the end of high school, with the exception of several dual-enrollment courses at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Institute and a Summer Filmmaking Course at UNC-School of the Arts in 2003 (made my first short, SPARED FROM THE WHEELCHAIR, there at age 17 while rotating acting and crew positions in other students' shorts). - UNC-Asheville graduate with both BA and Master's Degrees: BA Literature (Concentration Creative Writing, Minor Mass Communications) in May 2008, Master in Liberal Arts in December 2011. Was also President and Founder of the UNC-Asheville Cinema Society, a paid projectionist for Asheville Film Festival kick-off screenings from 2006-2008, a baritone in the University Singers of 2005 and 2007, did part-time journal editing for the LIT-LANG department. - Currently works part-time job as Production Assistant at Centering on Children under Ron Larsen, and does volunteer work for both Manna Food Bank and Disability Partners. - Veteran of the Autumn Players at 35 Below - credits include first leading role in OVER THE MEADOW AND THROUGH THE WOODS and Prince John in THE LION IN WINTER. - Veteran of the Asheville 48 Hr. Film Project (codirected two shorts - SYCO-MONTI in 2008 and NOW OR NEVER in 2014 - and was an actor in 2009 for DINNER FOR LEFTY, 2015 for PREMONITION and 2016 for UPSTAGED. - Have done local extra-supporting player acting and production assistant work in shorts, music videos, promos, and features including WANDERLOST (Dir. David Kabler), RINGSIDE ROSARY (Dir. Jack Eagen), THE UNKNOWN (Dir. Chad Taylor), ONE HELL OF AN ANGEL (Dir. Katie Damien), and BLUE RISING (Dir. Dan Hasegawa). Extra in MASTERMINDS.

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