…and although I do my work virtually around the world, I live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. My career in media began in 1967 when I worked as a broadcast engineer at WOR-TV in New York City. Between then and now, I’ve worked as an actor, a freelance photographer, co-owned a recording studio in Brooklyn, New York, worked as a musician and songwriter, moved to Florida to work as a recording engineer, a producer/writer/director of training videos, and even found the time to have a career in law enforcement, and raise two talented daughters.
In 2005 I was hired by Podshow Inc (now Mevio) to produce 4 hours of radio a day, 7 days a week, for Sirius Satellite Radio (now XM/Sirius). While with Podshow/Mevio I was also responsible for writing and producing corporate imaging and advertising, and eventually producing and editing video content for online consumption. I left Mevio at the start of 2009, and I now concentrate on producing the five shows you see represented in the sidebar. Please check them out. Just click on the mini-banners and you will be taken to their individual websites.
My website “It’s A Girl Thang” (part of BluesLand.net) won an award from the Blues Foundation for “Keeping The Blues Alive – On The Internet”. I received a grant from the Suncoast Blues Society to produce a two hour documentary “A History of The Blues In The Tampa Bay Area” which was aired on WMNF-FM. My show Digital Flotsam won “Podcast Peer Awards” in 2006 for “Best Produced Podcast”, “Best Story Telling Podcast” and “Favorite Podcast”.
I have a state of the art digital studio built in my home. I am equipped with Final Cut Studio, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Audition, and can produce just about any kind of media output you might need. I am available for location recording, “double enders”, and can provide high speed FTP content delivery. I am also available to perform as “voice talent” for both narration and character acting in your project.
No job is too big or too small. Call, write, or email me with your needs and I will respond quickly.