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“Lost Souls” – Undocumented Migration Project (release date tba)
Boom Operator on a documentary about migration from Central America to the United States. Recently returned from a shoot in Chiapas, Mexico.
After 20+ totally enjoyable years doing audio, sound design and studio management, I shifted gears to librarianship (with motherhood sandwiched in between!). Focused library studies on digitization and preservation, but the winds of change pointed me toward the ebook space. For the last several years I’ve been employed at EBSCO Information Services, provider of library databases, and am among the leadership team in the eBook production division. I spend lots of time dealing with metadata and format specs, so even though the medium and genre are different, I tap into my audio experiences on an almost daily basis – they’ve served me well!
Currently contributing to the design of image management systems for the medical market to deliver useful, simple and elegant solutions for physicians, surgeons, and clinicians.
Became a YouTube partner in 2011, producing DIY video tutorials. Surpassed 1 Million views in 2013. Invited to participate in the AV Week Podcast as well as contribute to the Redband AV blog.
Within the commercial AV integration industry there is a rapidly growing vertical that serves the medical market. High tech Integrated operating rooms and hybrid operating rooms can function more efficiently compared to non-integrated rooms. It’s a fun and exciting part of the industry to be working in. I love it.
After interning at Q Division Studios in Somerville, MA for about a year I started working there as an assistant before getting a job teaching sound recording to high school students.
Credited as Assistant on the 2013 Dropkick Murphy’s album “Signed and Sealed in Blood”
After graduating in 2008, I went out to Los Angeles, CA to pursue an internship that led me to working for three months in a post production sound facility for TV and Film. I then returned to the Boston, MA area and begun working part time at WBUR (NPR Radio at Boston University) as a studio technician, where after 9 months I was offered a full time position as Assistant Chief Engineer.
After 4 years at WBUR, I left my position and returned to Los Angeles, CA to work pursue a different career as a freelance production assistant and location sound / boom operator for 8 months. After trial and error I landed back in Boston at WBUR in late 2013.
I have completed numerous remote broadcasts for WBUR all across Boston and different areas of Massachusetts.
I’ve also completed work in the Los Angeles, CA area in boom operating and sound mixing.
In 2013, I completed a post production mix on a 55 minute long documentary titled “Fighting For Peace” regarding the civil war in El Salvador in the 1980′s. This production was submitted to the 2013 Sundance entry.