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NESCom

Years of freelance experience

WLBZ

I am a proud graduate from the New England School of Communications at Husson University, with a Bachelor’s of Science in communications technology, with a concentration in video production. NESCom is a private school in Bangor, Maine.  They offer students hands-on training with professional industry-standard equipment on the first day of classes. NESCom focuses on professionalism and preparedness for the film and video industry.  Operating jibs, Steadicams, Grass Valley Karrera switchers, EVS controls, dollys and RED Cinema cameras were just some of equipment I used while in school.

My freelance days started as early as high school. That’s where I first discovered my passion for video production and live TV. To this day I still work for Joe Spanos Productions on the side, my former high school teacher’s business.  Once in college I continued working freelance, also while working two other part time jobs in school. Each freelance opportunity brought a new challenge or allowed me to perfect skills I’ve already learned. Besides typical freelance like weddings and social events, I was also hired numerous times as a camera operator and jib operator for live broadcasted basketball games. I am no stranger to early morning crew calls and extensive multi-camera setups.

Upon graduation, I was recommended for a job at a local news station, WLBZ-TV in Bangor. I worked there as a production assistant while holding an additional part time job in Bangor. At WLBZ, I was able to get my hands in almost all aspects of news and production. My duties included robotic camera operation, floor directing, teleprompter, audio operator, and commercial production shooter/editor. My experience at WLBZ was phenomenal.

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PSAV

WJAR

From WLBZ, I moved back to my home state of Massachusetts to pursue freelance opportunities. While I can admit now that I was ambitious to pursue freelance full time, it did provide me experiences I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to involve myself in. The highlight of this stint was helping produce a pitch reel for a reality TV series.

After this stint, I acquired a job in AV at PSAV in Providence, RI. I never thought I would find myself in AV, but it allowed me to improve on skills I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to practice, like live sound mixing and stage lighting. Overall this job was a rewarding experience.  

After PSAV I was able to secure a job at WJAR in the Providence, RI TV market. This has been the number one rated station in this market for years. Needless to say I’m very happy for this opportunity. Here I work as an operations technician, focusing on master control duties. This is my current employment situation; however I’m always taking on new freelance opportunities.   

NESCom

I am a proud graduate from the New England School of Communications at Husson University, with a Bachelor’s of Science in communications technology, with a concentration in video production. NESCom is a private school in Bangor, Maine.  They offer students hands-on training with professional industry-standard equipment on the first day of classes. NESCom focuses on professionalism and preparedness for the film and video industry.  Operating jibs, Steadicams, Grass Valley Karrera switchers, EVS controls, dollys and RED Cinema cameras were just some of equipment I used while in school.

Years of freelance experience

My freelance days started as early as high school. That’s where I first discovered my passion for video production and live TV. To this day I still work for Joe Spanos Productions on the side, my former high school teacher’s business.  Once in college I continued working freelance, also while working two other part time jobs in school. Each freelance opportunity brought a new challenge or allowed me to perfect skills I’ve already learned. Besides typical freelance like weddings and social events, I was also hired numerous times as a camera operator and jib operator for live broadcasted basketball games. I am no stranger to early morning crew calls and extensive multi-camera setups.

WLBZ

Upon graduation, I was recommended for a job at a local news station, WLBZ-TV in Bangor. I worked there as a production assistant while holding an additional part time job in Bangor. At WLBZ, I was able to get my hands in almost all aspects of news and production. My duties included robotic camera operation, floor directing, teleprompter, audio operator, and commercial production shooter/editor. My experience at WLBZ was phenomenal.

More Freelance

From WLBZ, I moved back to my home state of Massachusetts to pursue freelance opportunities. While I can admit now that I was ambitious to pursue freelance full time, it did provide me experiences I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to involve myself in. The highlight of this stint was helping produce a pitch reel for a reality TV series.

PSAV

After this stint, I acquired a job in AV at PSAV in Providence, RI. I never thought I would find myself in AV, but it allowed me to improve on skills I otherwise wouldn’t have been able to practice, like live sound mixing and stage lighting. Overall this job was a rewarding experience.  

WJAR

After PSAV I was able to secure a job at WJAR in the Providence, RI TV market. This has been the number one rated station in this market for years. Needless to say I’m very happy for this opportunity. Here I work as an operations technician, focusing on master control duties. This is my current employment situation; however I’m always taking on new freelance opportunities.