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Providing high quality video production services and expertise in performing arts at affordable rates.
Executive/Artistic DirectorJan 1991 - Nov 2002 (11 years)
Founded and operated community performing arts center which included 4 performing groups (theater, orchestra, choir, and youth jazz combo) and their smaller offshoots (swing band, klezmer band, etc.), as well as creating, maintaining, and operating a performing arts facility.
Office managerNov 1990 - Nov 2001 (11 years)
Started up, promoted, and ran law office for attorney (now ex-spouse). Never again.
Computing systems analystMar 1984 - Nov 1990 (6 years)
Positions held: executive administrative assistant, command media typesetter, command media proofreader, data systems analyst
TeacherAug 1974 - Mar 1984 (9 years)
Subjects taught: music, theater, musical theater, English, social studies, PE Grade levels: K thru 12 This ten-year span encompassed several different teach positions, including a stint as a substitute teacher in the late 70's, for a total of about 6.5 years. (Over 25 years experience as a private music instructor.)
Master of Music1978 - 1981 (3 years)
Bachelor of Music1970 - 1974 (4 years)
PEVAN Active Member (2006)Professional Event Videographers Association NW (PEVAN)
Active Member 2006-2009, Board of Directors 2007-2008
20 Tips on How To Be Perceived as Professional
White paper produced for local chambers of commerce: 20 Tips on How To Be Perceived as Professional & Credible in a Business Meeting (Or: How to look good on TV and such) Published as an aid to those in attendance at chamber of commerce meetings which were being televised on local community tv channels.
White Paper: Checklist for Shoestring Budget Video Production
White paper published for small businesses (100 or fewer employees) who know they need promotional videos, but have perceived higher financial priorities than ginormous video production expenses.