30-year creative career professional able to deliver on time and within budget high quality 2D and/or 3D motion graphic animation following existing brand and style guidelines or collaboratively develop new based on current design trends and standards; proficient in Final Cut Pro X, Motion 5 with the MotionVFX MO2 3D render engine, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, and After Effects; available for freelance, temporary or project work.
Development of financial management strategies and strategic goals; implement policies and procedures both in the finance and general operational realms. Develop and oversee library technology resources including circulating equipment (cameras, projectors, computers, tablets, peripherals); 3D, photo and poster printing; audio, video and listening studios.
Oversaw initial set-up and management of campus Instructional Technology Center (ITC) included computer classrooms & media lab; supervised staff, developed and taught workshops, and provided hardware & software support for approximately 400 computers, servers and a broad range of interactive media devices.
Senior manager in charge of company owned Web sites, interactive advertising network and promotional and community affiliations; produced twenty websites for clients including the New York Times Co., Sony Music, and Johnson & Johnson.
Established a not-for-profit organization to provide digital telecommunications services for three municipal governments and to build a shared fiber institutional network linking government buildings, libraries and schools. Established an early community ISP, operated a community bulletin board service (using TBBS) for residents.
Managed not-for-profit television corporation with six production locations, three studios, portable and post-production equipment, and transmission facilities for three cable television channels. Executive produced, planned, and developed over 1,000 hours of original television programming annually.
Served as Secretary/Treasurer, oversaw investments, $3 million operating, and $9 million capital budget; Chaired Franchise Committee, negotiated public interest requirements of the NYC/Time Warner Cable Franchise Agreement; Capital Committee, purchased midtown NYC building, designed and constructed state-of-the-art television studios. Marketing Committee: hired polling firm, developed marketing and outreach programs.
Undergraduate Film and Television,
Bachelor of Fine Arts degree awarded February 1987