Do you like good sound? Yes, you say? Me too, that's why I do it for a living whenever possible. I'm a jack-of-all trades on set, so I'm open to other departments as well. I primarily work in VA and DC, but am willing to travel.
Mixed boom mic and wireless lavalier to mixer and then sent 2 channel wireless feed to camera. This was in a classroom environment and an interview environment for a training video for teachers for College Board's AP European History training modules. Two shoots: one in February and one in April.
Film (Theatrical) — Red Zeppelin Productions Details
9/15 – 9/15
Wiring talent with wireless lavalier microphone systems (DPA 4060's into Lectro SMQV's), performing frequency scans, finding optimal positions and movments for the boom mic to ensure excellent dialogue recording as well as excellent image capturing, setting up jam sync timecode system for cameras and sending scratch track to camera.
Boom operating, placing radio mics on talent, ensuring proper dialogue levels and wild sound levels are recorded, sending scratch track to camera. Sometimes involved boom operating and managing 4 wireless tracks at the same time.
Responsibilities included assisting production coordinator, helping load-in and set-up camera and lighting equipment, going on runs, crafty and assisting in keeping the production running as smoothly as possible.
One-man, over-the-shoulder sound department for an independent feature film. In addition to mixing and recording, I also wired talent with personal mics, boom operated, and arranged vehicle audio setups.
In addition to boom operating, I also assisted with wiring talent for wireless mics, creating vehicle audio setups, and ensuring a smooth workflow between camera and sound by maintaining IFB and timecode systems.