For my final film at European Film College I was gaffer and co-light designer of "The one", a serial killer film with a great script. Shot over 5 days, the production only had two 800w redheads, one 300w fresnel, and one 650w fresnel at our disposal. The exception was the forest night scene where I also had a 1.8 kW HMI and a 2.5 kW HMI, but the cinematographer and producer didn't get enough high quality cables, so we could only power one HMI and our light kit due to line loss running power from two 2800w honda inverter generators.
I also have a few ungraded stills I can share. The black and white looking noir lighting is for the intro sequence. The director wanted strong colors when the subjects were being murdered so I went with red and blue gels for most of the shots. The interview shots were supposed to look more natural, although you can see that I lit the characters differently.
I'm a freelance gaffer. I also do basic grip work.