I cut my teeth serving as Rowan Television Network‘s technical manager and web chair. As technical manager, where I maintained and repaired all of the station’s equipment, maintaining the linear and non-linear editing systems, transmission infrastructure, and for purchasing new equipment.
In the summer of 2009 I did an internship with KEYC-TV, and in spring 2010, I served as the director of the 37-minute documentary Bucket Flush. The documentary followed a Philadelphia DIY-Punk band. The documentary was shot entirely in the field, following the band on tour, from Philadelphia to Georgia.
Since 2012 I have been working for HODDER as a Post-Production Technician, where I performed the duties of an assistant editor, online editor, colorist, and video engineer, ensuring that not only did our media fit the content specifications, but the technical specifications as well. I also have worked for Digital Bucket as a camera operator and lighting, and the Madeline Island Summer Film Series in the presentation of their short and feature-length films.
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