Category Archives: post-production

Support Women & Minorities in Production and Post at NAB – Expanded Focus Meet-Up

A few weeks ago, Megan McGough (post supervisor for PBS Frontline and all around rad lady) emailed me about the prospect of putting together a meet-up for women at NAB this year. I’d been pondering the idea myself, so we … Continue reading

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Becoming a Better Editor (but mostly a better human being)

Read this article on Creative COW >> Somehow — and they might be lying to me about this — but somehow, the year is over. What I mean to say is that this desk calendar I have is practically useless … Continue reading

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Practical Checklist for Video Production Conferences

You’ve booked your conference (perhaps the Southeast Creative Summit), been practicing your handshake, and read How to Win Friends and Influence People – twice. The eve of your classes is upon you. You’re ready to learn all the things and … Continue reading

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Ten Networking Tips for Video Production Conferences

Read this article on Creative COW >> Duh, we all know it’s important to stay up to date on the changing technologies in the video production and post-production industries. So we read and tweet and practice and put time aside … Continue reading

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Come See Me at the Southeast Creative Summit!

Self-promotion ahead! Which is funny, because it’s self-promotion about self-promoting. Maybe you’ve seen some posts about the Southeast Creative Summit. Maybe not. I’ll explain anyway. The Southeast Creative Summit is happening October 25-27 in Atlanta. It’s three days of workshops … Continue reading

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Chicago Meetup of Midwestern Creatives – May 24th!

In a shameless attempt to gather as many people as possible in one place, I wanted to pass on this event I’m sorta co-hosting with Deb Eschweiler and Jamie Beedy. We wanted to have a meet up that wasn’t exclusive … Continue reading

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The Best Excuses from New or Underemployed Filmmakers and Freelancers

Read this post on Creative COW >> This blog post is going to skate really close to rant territory. I’d apologize for that, but I’m actually not sorry. You’ve been warned. (I did, however, take out all the swearing that … Continue reading

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Ingenue Premiere and other film updates

As I’ve previously mentioned, I’ve been working on the indie feature IngĂ©nue for the last 6 months or so, here and there, as the visual effects editor and title sequence designer (and DVD menu author and end credits designer, for … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Time Management Tips

Read a guest post I wrote about time management tips for the new year on Screenlight’s blog.

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The Year in Cell Phone Pictures

It’s been a great year, and I thought I’d be clever (what with all the uproar and all) and sum up 2012 with Instagram pictures.

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