Raw photo development
Timelapse Post Processing
RAW sequence capture
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Managing Multiple Collaborators
Familiarity with vocabulary and concepts integral to managing phases of a project based on the PMP project management framework. Communication being so vital to the success of a project, I strive to gain alignment using universal language and predictable structure whenever possible.
When it comes to file sharing, document versioning, scheduling, and other PM infrastructure—I use Google Workspace integrations. This in combination with task-based time tracking helps maintain scope and budget for sprints, each step of the way.
Why Google? Simply put, it's the most effective single point of truth in managing my project and professional needs.
However, with experience in a variety of project management paradigms and a mind for dependency related workflow I come prepared to join your organization whatever sandbox you're working with.
Asset management is one of those vital, oft-overlooked parts of content creation. Especially whenever collaborating with a team or handing off deliverables to an end client. Actively managing projects spanning multiple systems, content types, cloud/local/roaming storage, as well as integrating external expectations for asset management means systemization for seamless operability at any point during the project life cycle. Care is taken to project/asset versioning control with iterative backups so checkpoints are never far off should the unexpected occur.
I've refined project housekeeping methods to insure easy archival and retrieval of assets well after the close of a project.
Basically, I ♥ building multi-tiered organizational structures.
So anyone not familiar with a project has a well defined road map to pick up where needed. Oh, and this applies holistically to spaces, physical resources, and digital assets.
Customer Success Stories
Social Media Content
Corporate Internal Communication
Do what you can,
with what you have,
where you are."
I hold onto the manual for the first editing software I ever used as a reminder that while tools, abilities, and perspectives are constantly evolving, the fundamental principles of our craft remain constant. As we progress and grow, it's important to stay connected to the curiosity that led us to where we are today, while also recognizing that our present moment is built upon the past and will shape the future.