Jon Bonnell nominated for 2014 Arizona Governor’s Arts Award

GAAlogoRGB_lores-smWe are pleased to announce that Jon Bonnell, founder of Infinite Spectrum Productions, White Hogan Pictures, and I Gotta Do What?!!! was nominated this month for the 2014 Arizona Governor’s Arts Award.  “As cliche as it sounds, it truly is an honor to be nominated for the Artist of the Year.  There are many great and talented artists nominated this year and I am honored to be in their ranks,” said Mr. Bonnell.

Jon Bonnell has spent decades working in the Film and Television industry in Arizona.  He worked as an actor during the mid to late eighties to put himself through college.  In the early 2000’s he began studying screenwriting and film production, taking his skills from in front of the camera and nearly 20 years as a software executive and leader and putting them to use in film and television production.  He has produced five feature films and 26 episodes of television as well as written a primer on film distribution for independent film makers.

Jon also publishes the daily online newspaper: AZ Production Daily, an attempt to keep track of all production going on in the state of Arizona.

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