I got super lucky that these folks were available when I booked them to be talent. Star studded cast!
Location: Northwood Casino
Role: Talent Coodinator
I’ve been a fan of her line of jewelry for a long time, so when I got the call to interview Lois Hill for Jewelry Consumer News, I was, of course, super excited.
Location: Lois HIll Jewelry, downtown Seattle
The City of Bellingham has asked me to produce and host short news-type segments. Here is the first of hopefully many.
Location: Squalicum Creek Park, Bellingham
This was a super fun shoot with the pros of Fueled Creative.
Location: Quil Ceda Creek Casino
I sent him my resume and demo and we met for coffee. Larry Gifford was, at the time, Program Director of KIRO FM, and I was looking for work.
Months later, we decided to do a podcast of our own. Radio Stuff was born.
My work with Magic the Gathering and Wizards of the Coast has taken me to many places over the years…and now, I can add Indianapolis to the list. Wait, not just Indianapolis, but Gen Con!
Gen Con is one of the largest and most prominent annual gaming conventions in North America. Tens of thousands of self professed gamers come to Indianapolis from all over the world to engage in a variety of tournaments and interactive games, from card games to board games to live action role-playing games and a whole lot more.
For this show, I will be supporting the video coverage of the Magic the Gathering tournament, involving players from all over the world. We will switch between two studios streaming live coverage via the internet.
Not being a gamer, some of this is lost on me. But one cannot deny the dedication of many of these players. For many of them, it’s not just a hobby, but a lifestyle. And I’m thankful to them for making it possible for me to yet again experience something I never thought I would: Gen Con Indy.
KING 5 TV and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center recently held “Call for a Breakthrough” Telethon. The telethon was promoted through pre-recorded breaks inserted into KING 5’s regular programming. They wanted these breaks to be live, but because of technical parameters that wasn’t possible. Instead, the segments were shot with one camera, and the tape was logged, captured and edited, rolled back on to tape and brought to Master Control where they ingested it into their broadcast system.
My job? To log, capture, edit and transfer back to tape and bring to master control.