July 2012 – May 2013 San Francisco/Oakland, CA
Assistant to Producer for CoachArt's webseries, The Art of Improving Lives, which highlights everyday people doing extraordinary things.
CoachArt improves the quality of life for children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses and their siblings by providing free lessons in the arts and athletics.
September 2007 – September 2012 (5 years 1 month)
Operated cameras and trained staff for web broadcast. Labeled and logged videos for management. Duplicated DVD masters for sale purchases.
June 2011 – April 2012, Oakland, CA
Director, photographer, videographer and editor for commercial events. Trained and managed media interns.
Co - produced and directed webseries, Is Everybody Stupid. (?), procuring over 500 million views on video entertainment sites.
Developed media budget and ordered equipment for company projects and office space.
September 2007 – January 2011 San Francisco Bay Area
Created curriculum for at-risk youth in Bayview Hunters Point. Formed digital photography lessons for 5th graders.
Secured youth site and reported maintenance concerns to department head. Formulated relationships between parents and teachers.
December 2010 – December 2010 San Francisco Bay Area
As an intern directed the “G.U.R.L.S Rock Power TV” web series to support growth, unity, respect, leadership and success in young girls of color.
Managed camera and sound operators in show segments. Advised production design and post-production of show. Organized production schedule and placement of scheduled guests.
February 2010 – October 2010 (9 months)
Created multiple stories from volunteer projects around the Bay Area in a variety of formats including online documentary videos, blogs, and photo galleries.
Directed and edited a psa entitled, “Be The Change Day”, to promote volunteer support across the Bay Area.
2007 – 2010 San Francisco, CA
Planned and organized production shoots and floor plans for directors and producers. Edited projects using Final Cut Pro.
Tested video and sound equipment before renting from technical department. Located and secured approval for location at no or low cost; assisted in casting, and provided input.
Commended by Department Directors for utilizing low production cost and helpful communication with actors and crew during tense environments, ensuring successful shoots.
1st Assistant Director, Camera Operator, Editor Assistant
October 2002 – January 2007 Los Angeles
Promoted to First Assistant Director after diligently serving as a production assistant. Trained and assigned crew members for televised production broadcasts.
Assisted in editing and media planning for head directors. Instrumental to major improvements in crew scheduling for large studio event broadcasts.