Imagine this: you’re in your early twenties, at the start of your career in post production. You come from a working class family with no connections in the media industry, and you’ve had many challenges to overcome along the way. You’ve been working hard to maintain momentum by keeping your bosses happy at your day… Continue reading Bridging the Gap to Opportunity: A Conversation with 3 First-Time NAB Show Attendees
Whenever I’m involved in a discussion on inclusive hiring practices, whether it’s a panel or a forum discussion or a one-on-one conversation, there is always someone who urges me (or the audience) to simply take the names off resumes for initial screening to prevent any conscious or subconscious assumptions. “It’s simple, it’s elegant, and it… Continue reading Blind Resume Evaluations Don’t Make Your Company More Inclusive
If you’re attending the NAB Show this year, put our Blue Collar Post Collective/PostChat mega-meet-up on your social calendar. Instead of having two different events, we’re combining forces to have one hang-out. No raffles or announcements or vendor pitches — just a bunch of post production pros hanging out near a bar on NAB Show… Continue reading NAB 2017 Meet-Up: BCPC + #PostChat
My first time attending the NAB Show (the National Association of Broadcasters, the largest trade show our industry has all year) I stayed in Las Vegas for a week and came away feeling connected. All the people I’d met through the internet ended up being real people with interesting stories and useful advice. My network… Continue reading NAB For Free: How BCPC is Eliminating Financial Barriers for Trade Shows
I just realized I haven’t formally invited the entire internet to a panel I’m putting together at this year’s NAB Show. After reading my Sexism in Post article, Adobe reached out to see how they could help the visibility of women in the industry. Long story short, I’ve been working on this for the last… Continue reading Come to my Gender Equality Panel at NAB 2015!