“We just wanted to make sure you weren’t an ass****.” That’s what Connecticut-based editor Bryan Capri was told at his first meeting with Synthetic Cinema International (SCI), where he was nervously clutching his resume and reel and hoping for the best. Read the rest of my article at Creative COW >>
I interviewed editor William Goldenberg on editing The Imitation Game. Read it at Creative COW >>
Read this post at Creative COW >> Occasionally I’ll find myself in a discussion about FCP or Avid or Adobe certifications, typically on Twitter because where else do I ever talk to anyone? Usually a younger editor is asking about a specific certification, and a dozen industry vets jump in and go on and on… Continue reading Are Software Certifications a Complete Waste of Time?
Or, why I’m team #steveavid. Or, why I’m kind of weird about using Premiere. I started nonlinear editing when I was about 13 or 14. At that time, I had a Sony handicam that recorded to Hi8 tape. For a time, I used the software that came with my camera, MGI Videowave. Before long, I… Continue reading Premiere and Me – Sorry, John.