RTO (Ready Training Online) delivers video Employee Training via the internet to companies world wide.
In this position I produce, direct, shoot and edit the bulk of the video training for RTO. I also engineer and edit the voiceover sessions. Finally, I compress the video for online delivery from the RTO servers.
My video experience began in 1974 when I was hired to videotape the student conductors for The American Symphony League. I recorded their preformances and then operated plaback of those recordings while they were critiqued by the instructor. I also played percussion in the orchestra.
I also engineered seven years of highlights music for NBC, dozens of television commercials, the first six episodes of The Equalizer (scored by Stewart Copeland of The Police) and even a pre-Kardashians show featuring Olympian Bruce Jenner entitled Success Stories, scored by Ian McDonald of Foreigner and King Crimson fame.
In 1992 I was invited to move to Charleston, SC to become V.P. of Music & Systems Integration for Motion Pictures, Inc. I produced, directed, photographed, scored, and scripted as needed.
In 1994 I went independent. The videos above are a small selection of the projects I worked on between 1992 and the beginning of RTO.
(Technical Note: All of these streaming videos were created from VHS dubs. Please do not judge them on video quality alone.)