Senior Video Editor / Video Production Specialist
Even as a child, I knew I wanted to do something creative with my life. I wanted to do something that was a little different every day and allowed me to experiment with new ideas. Unfortunately, my parents weren’t supportive of my “professional whistler” and “rodeo clown” ideas. So, after a brief and disastrously unsuccessful career as a fortune cookie writer, I went into film and video production.
I started Splice in 2003 with the idea that if things didn’t work out, I could always try my hand as a circus elephant tender. Fortunately, we’ve been successful at bringing our clients exceptional work while staying within their budget.
What I like most about being a director and editor is that every client is unique and every project is different. I’ve been involved in this crazy business since I graduated from the University of Wisconsin film school in 1994, and since then, I’ve created thousands of commercials, TV shows, web videos and industrials. During that time, some very kind but obviously confused folks have bestowed various Tellys, EmPixx, Communicator Awards and
When I’m not busy spinning our clients’ television ideas into gold…pure gold, I enjoy spending time with my wife and daughter. I also like long walks on the beach and “just hanging out.” My favorite color is blue.
Senior Audio Engineer / Sound Production Specialist
I’ve worked in the business for 20 years. When I was a kid I found my first career ambition of being a milk man became utterly impossible. Painfully moving on to new ambitions, I knew I really liked cartoons and all of the crazy sounds in them, so I took kazoo lessons and the rest is history. In 2010 I reached the pinnacle of my career, (well almost), I became a finalist in the Radio Mercury Awards in New York. After producing about 8,000 Radio and TV spots, I finally got one right. My love of music has served me well in the business. Playing drums for the band Feet of Clay has also really helped. That’s how I met my lovely wife. So you see, the drummer always get the girl, and a lot of drummers end up as Audio Engineers.