Resume

WORK EXPERIENCE

Multimedia Producer

MLB Advanced Media, New York, NY

February 2013-Present

  • Collaborated directly with production team responsible for successfully increasing baseball gamenight content output by 25% from 2014 to 2015
  • Ensured completion and delivery of high-priority sponsored and branded content for clients such as YouTube, USAA, AT&T, Amazon Web Services, Budweiser, and Maytag
  • Supervised crew of up to five editors on gamenights, finishing all elements of digital post-production.

Broadcast Production Assistant

New York Football Giants, East Rutherford, NJ

September 2011-February 2013

  • Recorded, edited, and produced Giants video elements for multiple platforms including web, cable, and broadcast viewers.
  • Operated XDCAM tape decks during live studio show recording of “Wednesday Press Conference Live”, “Big Blue Hits”, and select “Opening Drive Live” pre-tape shows.
  • Assisted with graphics production and fact-checking for My9 Giants Postgame Show.
  • Coordinated publishing of video content to Giants.com and Verizon Fios on-demand applications.
  • Worked with Giants Media Relations to quickly and accurately gather and transcribe locker room and one-on-one interviews.
  • Assembled high-definition “b-roll” and soundbite clips for use on web and in live-to-tape Giants programming.
  • Contributed to Giants game-day broadcast and marketing operations during 2011-12 home games at Metlife Stadium.

Social Media Assistant

2012 Phillips 66 Big 12 Men’s Basketball Championship, Kansas City, MO

March 6-11, 2012

  • Responsible for maintaining and managing the league’s Facebook and Twitter accounts for coverage of the Men’s Championship.
  • Coordinated fan-oriented marketing and promotional updates.
  • Added unique content to Big 12 social media outlets to enhance fan experience.

Internet Services Assistant

Big 12 Conference, Irving, TX.

July 2010-June 2011

  • Shot, edited, co-anchored, and managed all technical operations for the “Big 12 Report,” a weekly video feature for the official website of the Big 12 Conference, Big12Sports.com.
  • Created graphics and unique visual elements for use in video projects through Adobe Creative Suite, FinalCut Pro, and After Effects.
  • Assisted with video production for all conference championships, media events, and promotions.
  • Improved conference use of social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook.
  • Expanded conference video archive of memorable events, such as basketball championships, bowl games, and national championships in Olympic sports.

 

General Assignment Reporter, Sports Reporter/Producer, photographer, live truck operator, and production assistant:

KOMU-TV8, Columbia-Jefferson City, MO.

May 2009-May 2010

  • Produced and reported high school and collegiate sports stories for air on nightly sportscast and weekly KOMU Sports Show.
  • Reported on breaking and in-depth local news stories for air on nightly news.
  • Operated ENG truck, set up live shots for morning and evening newscasts, coordinated with producers and reporters on location and shot style.
  • Edited, resized, and rendered video from Newschannel for use in morning and evening newscasts.
  • Operated teleprompter and assisted in newscast operations.

 

Summer Intern: SportsNet New York.

May 2008 – August 2008

  • Screened and logged taped programs and interviews to prepare for editing.
  • Researched for graphic boards used in all shows.
  • Traveled to events in New York City metro area to gather video footage.
  • Procured and conducted interviews with Chicago Bulls star Ben Gordon, members of the Brooklyn Cyclones, Staten Island Yankees, and participants in Staten Island Yankees Old Timers’ Day.
  • Performed multiple tasks under tight deadlines.

Assistant Sports Director: MuTV – University of Missouri television.

August 2007 – May 2008.

  • Filmed, edited, and produced game highlights, sports features, and graphics for TV and internet using Avid Xpress Pro.
  • Reported on-camera for features and event coverage.
  • Edited web stories for Sports department for quality, accuracy, and format.
  • Taught new staff members appropriate methods of filming games, editing, and speaking on camera.
  • Coordinated game coverage with Sports Director.

Co-Executive Producer and Co-Host of Tailgaters: MuTV – University of Missouri television.

September 2007 – May 2008

  • Wrote, produced, and edited half-hour weekly show for network and internet.
  • Trained new staff members in production and show presentation.
  • Interviewed guests on special topics or segments.
  • Co-Hosted select shows from remote locations such as Faurot Field.

Cohost of The Screwballs: KCOU 88.1 FM, Columbia

August 2007 – November 2008.

  • Co-Anchored two-hour radio show highlighted by humorous banter, and analysis.
  • Performed imitations of notable sports broadcasters and personalities such as Joe Buck, Tim McCarver, Willie Randolph, Joe Torre, and Troy Aikman.
  • Created sound effects, chose music, and operated station board.

Public Address Announcer: University of Missouri Women’s soccer, softball, and baseball.

August 2006 – May 2010.

  • Enthusiastically read starting lineups.
  • Promoted sponsors’ advertisements.
  • Monitored and announced in-game substitutions, penalties, and fan-related entertainment.
  • Initiated pre-game, mid-game, and post-game promotions in collaboration with Marketing and Media Relations staff.

Sports Agate and Pagination: Newark Star-Ledger,  May 2007 – August 2007.

  • Processed baseball box scores, standings, and statistics into a format suitable for publishing in newspaper.
  • Worked under time pressure and deadlines with multiple editions to publish.

Board Operator and Announcer: KBIA 91.3 FM

August 2006 – May 2008

  • Organized and broadcasted updates live on the air during taped or streaming programming.
  • Maintained and adjusted the Operating Board during shift.
  • Responded to questions over the phone from listeners.

Freelance Print Writer: Chatham Courier, TVNewsday.com, The Maneater Student Newspaper. High School to present.

  • Wrote stories as assigned by managing or page editors for publication.
  • Formulated articles with more than 300 words.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Journalism – Broadcast Major

University of Missouri School of Journalism, May 2010

GPA: 3.30

 

Honors & Activities

  • National Association of Sports Public Address Announcers: 2005-2006 High School Announcer of the Year, New Jersey.