Snippets Pilot Breakdown

Snippets Pilot Breakdown

(in order of appearance)

1. Jennifer Lake

(How a self trained artist found the courage to became a painter) Jennifer Lake Interview – Ms. Lake is an extremely successful self taught artist who has a large following in Japan and elsewhere around the world.


2 – Archemedies Alliance

(How 13 year old Julien  hopes to help others)– Julian Leitner is a 13 year old philanthropist from Portland who founded his own charity to help others.

Two Wheeled Wisdom


3 – Two Wheeled Wisdom

(Why Phillip Gulley, a Quaker pastor, rides his bike everyday) Phillip Gulley’s Porch Talk has written 17 books and sold over 1.5 million copies. He did this piece for Indiana PBS and has agreed to work with us when we find a viable outlet for our show. We did not produce this piece, but were given permission by Mr. Gulley to include it in this pilot piece. His books are in print and his videos can be found throughout the Internet. Just type in Phillip+Gulley+videos. At this time we do not hold copyright to the  Two Wheeled Wisdom Story.


4 – Flowers

(A black homeless transgender woman makes a video about domestic violence)  Portland’s Outside In homeless program produced the Flowers Segment, and Executive Director Nili Yosha allowed this sample piece to be included in our Snippets Pilot. She is open to producing material segments with us. Flowers copyright is with Outside In, a 501C3 charity.


5 – Coyo

(This segment shows beauty and craftsmanship) and how a Native American flute maker chooses wood to make incredible flutes.


6 – Remembering All the Boys

A short video adaptation of Remembering All the Boys, a This I Believe essay by Elvia Bautista as found at Copyright ©Elvia Bautista 2006. Story used with permission of This I Believe, Inc. All rights reserved. Video rights Copyright ©Northwest Film Projects 2012. Used with permission only. All rights reserved.


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Nielsen estimates Americans currently spend an average of 32 hours 47 minutes a week watching traditional TV and 27 minutes a week watching video on-line. At present video streaming has only 1.4% of the TV market, but advanced cell phone technologies may soon change that. The collapse of the movie industry in 1950 with the arrival of TV is but one example of how fast technology can alter the status quo. The television industry is already setting down the foundation for web based broadcasts, making video streaming a 2nd delivery system at many TV stations. Google has entered the game,  investing $100 million on You Tube to develop specific TV- Web programming.

The signs of web networks evolving from television abound, but reaching web audiences requires a far different approach to the structure of show content. The mediums are different. A web viewer often seeks short programs and flash stories to consume quickly. Web videos offer quick access to thousands of flash stories, and often throw the viewer into content overload, (like experiencing too many commercials on TV). The on-demand nature of Internet streaming has its attractions, but the huge number of choices  may account in part for the low 1.4% time use for watching videos. In any case  the medium of the Internet will not only demand better codecs to run the technology, but force traditional TV program formats to change as well.

TV is often watched at home, with waves of images passing over the viewer. Cell phone watching is not passive, but interactive and often takes place at a bus stop, the doctor’s office, or at a restaurant. Unlike TV watching, web videos require the watcher to block out adjacent demands of email, banner ads,or pop ups. They make the experience of watching short, interruptive, and busy. TV commercials interrupt, but we know they come in flowing segments. But on the Internet ads are relentless, unexpected, and making the experience disruptive; while the  program flow of television  allows us to daydream. TV and the web may both broadcast the same video, but the content experience will be different. One is modular, the other isn’t.

To reach You Tube audiences on the web means creating short modular programs that run under five minutes; the web users average watch span.  Flash stories, and flash pictures are a better fit to web audiences constantly bombarded by pop-ups and messages. Television, if it wants to make contact with web audiences, needs  to build modular programs that can be merged together for long form programming. Pawn Stars does this as do many other reality based series, which seem to have audiences watching on both TV and the web. It is this approach to programming that Snippets wants to follow – grouping small modular programs together to form both TV programs and short Internet flash story programs.

Snippets is a 30 minute reality series aimed at the traditional TV audience and the Internet audience.  The construction differes from long format shows  by incorporating modular design in its architecture. Instead of building a show on a single story line, Snippets is built up from mini-stories up to produce an overall long format packaged theme. Modular programing is less expensive than linear TV because we can changes a module to fix a show. For example, in a TV series, if performance is substandard or the story poorly done, the entire show suffers and fails. A modular show like Snippets, in which no one story controls the entire show, allows for replacement of any one of its failed short segments with an unique alternative module.

Program content restructuring no longer means starting from scratch, rather it means replacing a failed performing module with a better module. To make changes doesn’t mean tossing out an entire show due to a failed segment .  On the positive side, modular programming allows for nearly instant market changes and content adjustments and allows for what might have failed ten years ago to be fixed on the fly, making it less expensive to change show content.


Snippets Segment Ideas

What’s News? Special Events, Exhibits, Street Fairs, Traveling Shows etc
Street Chatter People’s random opinions from Apples to Zoology.
Stage 13 Featured Guest Interviews on How & Why they do what they do. Examples: sewing, photography,toy trains, pin cameras, art, hobbires, crafts, pet tips, etc.
Yummys Food & History. Fun with various food offerings & origins, spices
Pass It On Social non-profits events & causes. Animal care to Soup Kitches. Fundraisers, free item give-a-ways public medical events. Interviews with people who freely give their time and energy to make this community a better place to live.
Fix-its How to make things easier. Repairs and handy hints like using lighterfluid to remove sticky labels. Wash and dry clothing while on the road using a towel
Made Here Local business products, services, and ideas born and made here. Everything made locally from Intel Chips to Donuts. Beer, Wine, Cheese, breads, etc
Urban Worm Girl Urban compost/garden for the apartment and home dweller. Make worm compost
Urban compost/garden for the apartment and home dweller. Make worm compost at home and urban composting ideas
Generation Rising Teenage self starters, new entrepanuers, and those 18-30 exceptionally responsive to heathy scoial liviing and the needs of others
Hand Made Local arts and crafts like origami, basket weaving, making musical instruments calligrophy, street artists, jewelry making
Local Talent Showcasing exceptional abilites of the old, unemployed, and retired Gardening with the young, interactive theater, and humorous shorts
Odd Respites Get-a-ways. soothing jangled nerves. Isolation Tank Therapy, foot
massages, Sauna, Urban Gardens, Nature Walks, Sailing, Hammock Snoozing
Joy of croquet, Back Rubs, Old mining towns, Remote Locations, Rural higlights, Places to See.
Curios Historic curious and objects from the past. Around Town Treasures
Who do you know? People stories about the most influential person in their lives. People they’ve met, admire and tell why
Sweat Equity Meter maids, cops, sanitation workers, and government workers explain
their jobs and how they are treated by the people they serve. Streetcar drivers, Taxi Stories, and humorous anedotes.
Challenges Groups of people competing with others to solve unusual puzzles such as basic math and science problems, building mazes and the light. Young and old
compete for solutions.
Art of the Ordinary Stain glass, photography, street art, folk art, living simple, square dancing, Everyday Objects.


The Making of Snippets

Snippets Host/Hostess

Would like someone like Kiki Palmer as Snippets needs a narrator to open and close each show for continuity. That person needs a sense of dry humor sophistication, like interviewing and flash story telling for the open. These short-shots will be funny, sad, sincere, and sometimes moving. We hope this person has the talent to deliver off the cuff remarks and has the depth of intelligence this type of presentation needs. In the 1950s Loretta Young opened and closed her own Anthology Show, as did Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Sterling. They all narrated opening flash stories and we hope to do something similar with Snippets.

Phillip Gulley

We have been speaking with Quaker Minister Philip Gulley who writes and narrates stories that have an Americana flavor. Sort of  Lake Wobegon meets On the Road with Charles Kuralt. His stories are funny, sad, hopeful, and sometimes philosophical, even ethical.  Mr. Gulley would be a show regular appearing every week or every other week.

He has authored 17 books, narrated and written his own TV show for PBS Indiana, and is a great on camera talent. We believe his involvement critical to the success of Snippets. He has sold  1.5 million+ books nationally. We have spoken with him on several occasions regarding Snippets, and he is  interested in joining forces with us. If the show were to happen, we see being able to use him by scheduling six consecutive interviews at a time. We could either fly him to Portland or fly me to Indianapolis to film him green screen format.

This I Believe

We are in contact with the acquisition people at the This I Believe organization in Kentucky and have given us temporary permission to show Remembering All the Boys as a Snippets sample story based on a true event. The organization has experience with NPR Radio, the Edward R. Murrow foundation, and is a 501C3 non-profit devoted to furthering the mission of This I Believe. They have recorded thousands of individuals and the content of their work should be shown on television. I hope  will consider the positive results of our joining forces with their organization. Our hope is to make This I Believe a weekly or bi-weekly Snippets segment using material from the This I Believe archives that we would adapt for video in the  way we did with  their Remembering All the Boys.

Outside In

is a 501C3 non-profit involved in video storytelling for the homeless. Other organizations producing audio- videos for local consumption are the Portland Art Museum, Hollywood Theater, and local colleges . The Art museum produces The Story of Objects, a Snippets like project that has wide appeal. One vision we have for Snippets is making deals with these “indie” producers so we can broadcast the best of their shows within the Snippets environment. This would give Snippets an interactive element that would enhance audience appeal on both the TV and Internet.

Flowers is one example of this that was produced by the Outside In non-profit. It was was directed by a local homeless transgender woman who not only is talented, but delivers a strong  message to battered women and needs to be seen. With Snippets we hope to gather and capitalize on new digital technology in a way that makes life affirming, entertaining, and hopeful. Snippets is a positive presentation of life designed to intrigue us, be thought provoking, and ultimately elicit a feeling of “I’m glad I watched that.” May you join with us on this journey.


From the front porch cover

This I believe full cover



Phillip Gulley – Philip Gulley is a Quaker pastor and beloved writer and speaker from Danville, Indiana. An eclectic writer, Gulley has published 17 books, including the acclaimed Harmony series chronicling life in the eccentric Quaker community of Harmony, Indiana and the best-selling Porch Talk series of inspirational and humorous essays.Gulley’s memoir,I Love You, Miss Huddleston: And Other Inappropriate Longings of My Indiana Childhood, recounts his coming-of-age years in Danville, Indiana. In addition, Gulley and co-author James Mulholland describe their progressive worldview in their books, If Grace Is True and if God Is Love, followed by Gulley’s book If the Church Were Christian Gulley is currently the the pastor at Fairfield Friends Meeting near Indianapolis.Additionally, he hosted the television program Porch Talk with Phil Gulley on the Indiana PBS affiliate WFYI and their flagship show Across Indiana, for which he received two Emmy® Awards. He also writes the popular monthly Home Again column for Indianapolis Monthly and is a regular contributor toThe Saturday Evening Post. In 2010, Christian Theological Seminary awarded Gulley an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree.


This I Believe – This I Believe, Inc., was founded in 2004 as an independent, not-for-profit organization that engages youth and adults from all walks of life in writing, sharing, and discussing brief essays about the core values that guide their daily lives. This I Believe is based on a 1950s radio program of the same name, hosted by acclaimed journalist Edward R. Murrow. Each day, Americans gathered by their radios to hear compelling essays from the likes of Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie Robinson, Helen Keller, and Harry Truman, as well as corporate leaders, cab drivers, scientists, and secretaries — anyone able to distill into a few minutes the guiding principles by which they lived. These essayists’ words brought comfort and inspiration to a country worried about the Cold War, McCarthyism, and racial division.In reviving This I Believe, executive producer Dan Gediman said, “The goal is not to persuade Americans to agree on the same beliefs. Rather, the hope is to encourage people to begin the much more difficult task of developing respect for beliefs different from their own.”Selected contemporary This I Believe essays were featured in regular broadcasts on National Public Radio (NPR)in the United States from 2005 to 2009, in a series produced and hosted by Jay Allison. Essays are now featured in weekly broadcasts on satellite and public radio shows hosted by Bob Edwards. In addition, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) aired essays from Canadians in 2007. In 2005 and 2006,USA Weekend invited its readers to participate in our project and published selected essays from their readers. Numerous local public radio stations, newspapers, and magazines have featured essays from citizens in their communities.This I Believe, Inc., in partnership with Henry Holt and Company, has published two books collecting essays featured in the NPR series. The first book, This I Believe, was published in 2006 and became a New York Times bestseller in paperback, while the second volume, This I Believe II, was published in 2008. In addition to collecting these essays for posterity, the books have become popular with “one book, one community” projects. In partnership with publisher John Wiley & Sons, This I Believe is publishing a new series of books, each on a particular theme:This I Believe: On Love (2010), This I Believe: On Fatherhood (2011), This I Believe: Life Lessons (2011), and This I Believe: On Motherhood (2012).Teachers around the country—and around the world—have embraced This I Believe as a powerful educational tool. They have downloaded their free educational curricula, posters, and brochures for using This I Believe in middle and high school classrooms and in college courses. These curricula help teachers guide students through exploring their beliefs and then composing personal essays about them. The students learn about themselves and their peers, and experience the delight of realizing their views and voices have value.You can support the work of This I Believe by making a tax-deductible contribution. We are grateful to all of the Friends of This I Believe who make this work possible.


Outside In Portland, OR Outside In began in 1968, and has continually revised our Homeless Youth Services and Medical Services to meet changing community needs. Our mission is to help homeless youth and other marginalized people move towards improved health and self-sufficiency. We are Service providers and advocates. Experts in understanding adolescents. A Federally Qualified Health Center. A licensed Mental Health Agency. Leaders in serving GLBTQ youth. We believe in dignity, hope, and resiliency. In innovation. Our clients can get through current challenges.Young people need trusting adults to thrive.In meeting people where they are.In a strengths-based approach.For the second year in a row Outside In’s Guerilla Theater youth have created films about issues that are important to them. Young filmmakers, who have experienced homelessness, participated in an intensive film internship in an effort to inspire and educate their peers and the community. This years films boldly deal with domestic abuse, mental health, stigma and more in genres ranging from documentary to music video.


Northwest   Film  Projects


Northwest Film Projects is an e-film company involved in the the acquisition, development, and production of rural stories and documentaries for Theatrical, Television, Internet and DVD release. We seek entertainment media projects that exalt themes of moral excellence, social responsibility, unselfish behavior, and respect for others (tolerance). We believe in the  power of stories to educate, uplift, and preserve cultural values. Movies & Videos  are more than mere popcorn, they reflect the values, ideals, and behaviors of a society. When we watch them we learn about ourselves and our past.

NFP is committed to bringing positive, enlightening messages to children, adolescents and adults through the visual arts. There is much literature citing the correlation between violent television and film images and aggressive behavior. In order to create media that addresses conflict resolution in lieu of violence as a solution to social conflicts we need to nurture and  support films that value the human soul and strengthen the human heart.


Basic Snippets Show Format

30 min

Snippets Ident 08 sec
Snippets Host opens show and sets mood with short tale 60 sec

Commercial Break

Snippet Segment 05 minutes
Snippets Segments 05 minutes
Snippets Ident 07 sec

Commercial Break

Snippets Segments 05 minutes
Snippets Ident 07 sec

Commercial Break

Snippets Segments 05 minutes
Snippets Host closes show. Announces next week’s show 30 sec
Snippets Ident 08 sec
End Credits 30 sec
RT 30 Minutes


Tad Devlin

ENTERTAINMENT ATTORNEY: Robert J. Weinberg Venice, CA (310) 396-6616


Tad is a Senior Producer-Writer with extensive management background in motion picture and television production and has a passion for educational development though implementation of converging digital media technologies.  He has strong experience in computer technology, digital media, and managing large groups of creative artists and technicians within an international business environment.

He grew up in Dayton, Ohio and upon graduating from the University of Dayton served in the U.S. Army as a Field Artillery Officer and worked as writer, producer, and director for the U.S. Fourth Army Educational Television Network.  After honorable discharge, Mr. Devlin worked as a writer, producer, and cinematographer for clients such as IBM, Standard Register Company, Cincinnati Zoo, Pontiac, Schoenling Beer, IBM, and Frigidaire.

He entered the motion picture industry as one of five selected out of three thousand applicants to the Director’s Guild of America Training Program. Since completing the program, Mr. Devlin has worked on over fifty major studio and network television projects as an assistant director, production manager, and producer.

He has taught screenplay writing, media literacy, photography, and film making at community colleges and continuing-ed in Los Angeles and Washington State.  Mr. Devlin’s Hollywood film credits include:  My Last Love, George of the Jungle, D3: The Mighty Ducks, When a Man Loves a Woman, Sleeping With the Enemy, Crazy People, TV101,The Morning After, The Judds –  Love Can Build a Bridge, The Switch, For Their Own Good, As Summer Dies, The Bates Motel, Sizzle, Not In Front Of the Children, Roseland, Hide In Plain in Sight, Norma Rae, Day the Bubble Burst, Annie Hall, and Jessica Novak.



Film Credits – C. Tad Devlin

 Producing Credits
The Immigrant Garden
My Last Love
George Of The Jungle
D3: The Mighty Ducks
The Judds
When A Man Loves A Woman
The Switch
For Their Own Good
Sleeping With The Enemy
Executive Producer
Executive Producer
Supervising Producer
Associate Producer
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Single Card
Shared Card
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Single Card
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northwest film
northwest film
abc-tv mow
nbc-tv mow
abc-tv mow
abc-tv mow
Production ManagerGeorge Of The Jungle
D3: The Mighty Ducks
The Judds
When A Man Loves A Woman
For Their Own Good
The Switch
Machine Gun Kelly
Sleeping w/Enemy
Crazy People
My First Love
The Morning After
The Pilot
The Mime
GTG Studios
DirectorSam Weisman
Rob Leiberman
Bobby Roth
Luis Mandoki
Ed Kaplan
Bobby Roth
Marek Kanievska
Joe Rubin
Tony Bill
Gil Cates
Sam Weisman
Sidney Lumet
Mike Rhodes
Mike Rhodes
ProducersDavid Hoberman/Jordan Kerner
Jon Avnet/Jordan Kerner
Jon Avnet/Jordan Kerner
Jon Avnet/Jordan Kerner
Jon Avent/Jordan Kerner
Jon Avnet/Jordan Kerner
Lou Arkoff/Willie Kutner
Jeffery Chernov/Leonard Goldberg
Bob Weiss/Tom Barard
Jon Avnet/Jordan Kerner
Scott Bazil/Karl Schaffer
Bruce Gilbert/Wolfgang Glattes
Fr. Kaiser
Fr. Kaiser
 1st AD
Side By Sides
As Summers Die
Bates Motel
Uphill All the Way
Full House
Two Marriages
Not In Front of the Children
Jessica Novak
New World
Fox Pilot
Fox Series
Jack Bender
JeanClaud Tremont
Richard Rothstein
Frank Q. Dobbs
Tony Bill
Tony Bill
Rod Amato
Joe Hardy
Don Medford
Jon Avnet/Jordan Kerner
Rick Rosenberg/Bob Christenson
Ken Topolsky/Hank Klein
Renee Valente/Mel Tillis
Marc Merson/Paul Waigner
Renee Valente
Frank Beeson
Arthur S. Feldman
Marc Merson/Paul Waigner
Aaron Spelling
 2nd AD
Norma Rae
Day the Bubble Burst
Death Valley
On the Right Track
American Dream
Stunts Unlimited
Grampa Goes To Wa
Working Stiffs
Every Straw Dog
Hide In Plain Sight
Fox Pilot
MTM Pilot
Ed Parone
Joe Hardy
Dick Richards
Lee Phillips
Mel Damski
Hal Needham
James Ivory
Greg Hoblit
James Caan
Nigel McKeans
Marty Katz
Elliott Kasner
Ron Jacobs
Barney Rosenzweig
Lawarnce Gordon
Ijami Merchant
Ben Kadish
Bob Stambler
Arthur Silver
Steve Bocho
Rick Rosenberg/Bob Christenson
 DGA Trainee
Annie Hall
The Betsy
The Next Man
The Silence
American Parade
Gumball Rally
Dog Day Afternoon
Warner Bros
Warner Bros
Warner Bros
Woody Allen
Paul Williams
Dan Petrie
Dick Sarafian
Joe Hardy
Chuck Bail
Sidney Lumet
Charles Joffe
Jennings Lang
Robert Weston
Marty Bregman
Edgar Scherick
John Furia,Jr.
Ted Zachary
Leon Capetanos
Marty Bregman
 Education & Mentoring
Centralia College, Centralia, WA
Continuing Ed Media Literacy
4H Club, Lewis County, WA
Continuing Adult Education LA, CA
Screenwriting/Media Literacy Instructor
Centralia College Film production Classes
Photography Instructor
Photography Instructor
AECT ISMF – “The Immigrant Garden”
Humanitas – “For Their Own Good”
Environmental Media Award – “For Their Own Good”
Dayton Ad Club Best Commercial – “Schoenling Beer”
Certificate of Merit Environmental Award – “Trees”
Silver Award – NYC Counsel on Mental Retardation NYC
Silver Award Cincinnati Zoo
Best Advertising Campaign – “Loni Anderson/Cincinnati Zoo”
Copywriter Award ” Cincinnati Zoo”
Photo Exhibit – “LA Soup Kitchens”
Torch Drama Festival – “Bus Terminal”
Playwright Festival





Jennifer Portis  ●  503 381-0194 (mobile)  ●  LinkedIn  ●  pdxdmc


Media Professional and Creative Entrepreneur. Founder/Director, Portland’s premiere digital marketing conference, pdxDMC. Hired/mentored 40 expert instructors from companies such as Anvil Media Inc, Liquid Agency, Intel, Mambo Media in digital media program. Career consulting in current digital skills. Member Oregon’s Creative Economy Council, WebVisions Advisory board, Board of Directors (international media nonprofit), local TV pilot segment producer. Fluent in Italian/French.


• Program Development
• Event Direction
• Innovation / Design
• Strategic Planning
• Budget Management
• Market Research
• Digital Marketing Strategies
• Sponsor Acquisition
• Media Director / Producer



Portland State University
| Portland, OR

Program Manager, Multimedia Professional Program  02/2001 – Present

Design, develop and manage cutting-edge digital media self-support courses, conferences and certificates, including non-credit/graduate/undergraduate curriculum,  manage $500k budgets, oversee program assistants, instructor training, career advising to over 700 students,  nonprofit project development, wide networking with industry associations and businesses.

Consultant, Producer
| Portland, OR

Video Production/Graphic & Web Design  01/2000 – Present

Produce media, including research, project planning, script writing/directing, editing including digital effects and computer animation.  Design of website architecture and User Experience.

Art Institute
| Portland, OR

Video Production, Adjunct Instructor  09/1999 – 03/2000

Instruction in video production, including preproduction, production and post-production process, review of audio capture and edit, digital effects and storytelling.

Oregon Health Sciences University
| Portland, OR

Administration/Production  1987 – 1999
Executive admin team at the School of Dentistry and Child Development & Rehabilitation Center.  Public relations and office management, organizational skills, leadership, systems review and development, media production.


Masters, Communication/Theology/Culture, cum laude
BA, Art History/Romance Languages
Art & Museum Studies, Rome & Ancedonia, Italy
Certificate of Completion, Digital Marketing Strategies
Western Seminary
University of Oregon
Temple University
Portland State University




Owen Stephens

Director of Photography, Gaffer and Lighting Director in the Motion Picture & TV industry with over 60 Feature Films and TV shows. Since early childhood, lighting and camerawork has always been his fascination and specialty. Owen entered the industry as set electrician on Superman in England. He continued to work alongside some of the best known Hollywood cinematographers in the industry as Gaffer on feature films & TV shows. Owen worked as camera operator and Director of Photography on numerous independent feature films and TV commercials, working primarily in New York, Miami, and Hollywood.

Best Director of Photography at 2001 Miami Collaboration Film Festival for Short Film

Technical Inventions, Patents, and Awards

  • Society of Television and Lighting Directors, 2007 “Best Light in a Box” Award
  • National Association of Broadcasters, 2003 PampaliteTM selected by GSA Awards Inc.
  • National Association of Broadcasters, 2002 Pick of the Show for PampaliteTM
  • ShowBiz 2001 Pick of the Show for PampaliteTM
  • Bronze metal at Invention & New Product Exposition 2000 for patented invention, CrocjawTM




Michael Ward

I am a video editor, director, and motion graphics artist with proficiency in Final Cut Studio and Adobe Creative Suite. After graduating from USC’s film production program in 2007, I worked in production on several features and directed commercials for the Brewhouse Studio, a local creative agency. Since 2010, I’ve focused exclusively on post-production, and have become fluent in current digital post-production workflows and protocol.

Hoops & Yoyo (2012) – TV Special
Assistant Editor
Hallmark/Bent Image Labs
Speed Rack (2012) – Web Series
Lush Life Productions
Snippets (2012) – TV Pilot
Editor/Motion Graphics
Northwest Film Projects
The Wonderful World of Dissocia (2011)
Commercial Editor
Third Rail Repertory Theatre
House of Last Things (2011)
Feature Film Editor
Cloud Cover Films
Let’er Buck Cologne (2010)
Commercial Editor/Colorist
Western Crossings/Brewhouse Studio
Z-Chains (2010)
Commercial Editor/Motion Graphics
SCC/Brewhouse Studio
The 20 on Hawthorne (2009)
Commercial Editor
Gerding Edlen Developers/ Brewhouse Studio
Oregon Food Bank Capital Campaign (2009)
Industrial Editor
Oregon Food Bank/Brewhouse Studio