Los Angeles, CA
Connor Linnerooth is a Los Angeles based photographer/videographer/editor. Originally from North Dakota, he travelled to Berlin, Germany out of high school to study the arts thanks to a scholarship from the US and German governments. He came back to the States to continue his studies and received his BFA from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy of Los Angeles in 2018.
Since then he has built up a reputation in the local stand-up community doing videography and photography for shows from Flapper's Comedy Club in Burbank, The Ice House in Pasadena, The Crow Theatre in Santa Monica, and many more in-between.
He is a founding member of bigDUCK Pictures LLC alongside Adam Peltier and Lucas Brahme. With their production company, Connor has shot and edited two short films that include Space Junk (2022) and Men Grieving (2023). The former has been nominated and won awards at film festivals around the globe. The latter is a 12-minute "one shot" short film in post-production and hoping to be released by the summer of 2023.
Currently, Connor is editing his first feature film All Saints Day (2023) while also shooting and editing live performances all across LA.