Video editor/producer for almost 15 years.
A brief overview of qualifications:
- Responsible for all aspects of independent film production, including: Original short and feature-length films, web based commercial and marketing videos, cinematography, studio management, editing, post-production sound mastering, and motion graphics.
- Work with clients to design and implement Video Sales Letters often under tight time constraints, to expand their brand and reach an audience of tens of thousands of current and potential customers.
- Completed five full-length web series as post-production supervisor, serving as the production hub and liason between all departments and the director.
- Recent clients include: Zillow Group, Trial and Error Productions, TwoFiveSix, Caution Zero Network, Birdhouse Creative (A&E, Microsoft), Graphiti Associates (iStock, Getty Images), Seattle Repertory Theater, Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra, ArtsEd Washington.
A maniac with a vendetta goes up against a detective with a secret.
An infomercial for the latest in kitchen gadgetry. Be afraid… be very afraid.
PARASOL: a short swift silent film about dancing bicycles. Parasol features Sarah Harlett and Jonah Von Spreecken rotoscoped across the surface of a few thousand paper parasols.
Absurd Reality Theater’s submission for the 2008 48 Hour Film Challenge.
Paul and Ben present the latest in extreme sports.
Cellist Joshua Roman sits down with Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras Music Director Stephen Rogers Radcliffe and Executive Director Dan Peterson to discuss the upcoming performance of Sir William Walton’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra at Benaroya Hall.
A web series about a Seattle comedy theater, directed by Lynn Shelton.
Two guys disrupt space and time. There’s a bit of a story behind this one.
Chris Jeffries, writer/composer/lyricist of acclaimed Seattle musicals Vera Wilde, The Fatty Arbuckle Spook House Revue, and I see London, I See France brings the work of Busby Berkeley to life with a 75-minute live music performance featuring sixteen film sequences from the legendary Hollywood choreographer. Berkeley almost single-handedly defined a … Continue reading