My formal education at UCLA was in Graphic and Media Arts. I became dedicated to learning all I could about television production back in the mid 80s when it became evident to me that the ability to communicate in live or filmed/taped was a far more powerful medium and required layers or elements to complete a production as opposed to print. It was all these individual elements that intrigued me.
I began working as an intern with independent video producers and cable television companies. And, in 1984, 2 major events stimulated my decision to pursue television and video production more intently. First was the development of desktop software whose designs were based on Television production application such as graphic/paint packages for video production and editing. Second was the introduction of the Video Toaster that revolutionized the industry by providing a Switcher, CG, Paint, and 3D Animation applications in one inexpensive and reasonably priced software/hardware package.
Since then I have kept up with other software packages and hardware with emphasis on television production. I have added Non-linear editing to my abilities along with web design and several other design video software and hardware knowledge. I’ve attended Cal-State to learn Quantel PaintBox, a rare opportunity, in as much as the software/hardware is very expensive and assignments are rare.
With the advent of new technologies in video sharing websites as well as prosumer video equipment and software, I have updated my skills to include video production and editing for my clients' video marketing needs.
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