I am a digital video editor by trade and have been in the industry since early 2009. I was trained at Loyola Marymount University in Film Production and Animation. I worked for two years in the Hollywood area with a production house called The Outfit Media Group.
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This past April (2011) my wife and I moved to Cedar Falls, Iowa for her career. Since then I have started my own home business "The Wheel House Entertainment". Even though my base of operations is in Iowa I have still been able to maintain strong client ties in Los Angeles,...
Sep 28, 2011|Videos|$15|Completed
I have been working with Final Cut Pro and After Effects professionally for four years. In brief here are the services I offer, and the programs I typically use to achieve them:
• Editing (Final Cut, Premier)
• Motion Graphics, Roto, Keying, Titling , Tracking & Other Special Effects (After Effects, Motion, FInal Cut)
• Sound Design (Final Cut)
• DVD Menu Design (DVD Studio Pro)
• Color Correction (Color, Final Cut Pro)
When it comes to editing, I love trailer work; keeping things short and informative is where I shine. By adding a good beat to that mix and a splash of my own custom graphics, the end result it a sublime piece.
That being said, I am no slouch when it comes to a long form edit. My time editing 26 "Elvira's Movie Macabre" episodes proves that point. It' some of the most fun I've had cutting.
I do what I do because I truly enjoy it; it's not just a job. An edit is a puzzle full of so many possible outcomes, and I think i have a knack for finding some of the best solution.
Typically most my edits get a pro-bono graphic treatment, whether it be titling or some other minor tweak. I like to take my edits to the next level and add just that touch of pizzaz that might be missing otherwise.
I can, however, fully integrate the next level of fantastic effects on top of an edit or as a stand alone project. Working with green screen keying, roto-scoping or a multi-point track do not phase me. I can become fully customizable for most post...
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