Video Production Demo Reel
Drone (SUAS) Demo Reel
The seed was likely started when I was left home alone with my father's video camera and good amount of time and creativity on my hands. From the days of editing between two huge tape decks in an editing room to pulling 4K footage from a camera's SD card and dropping it right into my laptop at a shoot, you wonder, "What could possibly be next?"
I've put those years of playing video games to good use. I'm an FAA Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drone) pilot. This is important if you plan to hire someone to shoot video or photos. If a drone is being used for business in any way, you must use a certified pilot during the flight. Otherwise you and the drone operator risk being fined by the FAA or worse yet, not covered under insurance if something is damaged during the flight. The drone is operating in federally controlled airspace. You need to use someone who knows the rules and has insurance.
Engineering and Recording Samples
0:00 – Sherri Shepherd, LUXHAIR Wigs promo
0:13 – Michael Strahan, VO for T.I.P.S. video
0:27 – Rev Run (Joseph Simmons), “Rev Run Around the World” bumper
0:44 – Kardashians Bank Holiday Binge on E! promo
0:59 – Sharp Aquos Quattron radio spot
1:17 – Nissan City television spot
1:32 – Customer Program Portal demonstration VO
1:45 – Robert Smigel VO recording for “100” character on “Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1”
2:05 – Vocals/on-set audio recording for children’s ESL video “Our Discovery Island”
2:24 – Clarke Peters, documentary VO
2:39 – Harp and VO engineering for 12-CD set, “Self Healing Through Guided Imagery”
3:04 – “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel”, audio mixing at live Christmas concert
3:40 – SFX and VO recording and mixing for pharmaceutical company drug launch event
With the capabilities of either in-home recording or at a full-service production studio, the choice is yours. For more than 15 years, I've been engineering voice-over recordings for commercials, corporate videos, training videos, pharmaceutical promotions, ADR, cartoons, and live webcasts. That's fine and dandy, but I don't get to play. So hear me out. Listen to me. Hear what I have to say. You might like it.
Directed sessions are welcome. We can operate over Skype, Zoom, Source Connect Now, FaceTime, or the good ol' telephone.
You're welcome to the raw audio or final edited files; whichever works better for you. I can get those to you via Dropbox, Google Drive, FTP, or email (if they're small enough). If you need them some other way, let me know. I'll work with whatever system you require.
Childish to Professional.
Conversational to Announcer.
Let me know what I can do for you.