I’m a professor of media and public affairs at The George Washington University, and the co-author of “Final Cut Pro Workflows: The Independent Studio Handbook.” I also own a company called Amigo Media that does a lot of FCP work and consulting. My company’s motto is Relate, Educate, Create, and that kind of sums up my working attitude.
I’m very excited to be starting next week on GWU’s International Fellowship in Documentary Filmmaking, headed by Nina Seavey. This is an exciting new program that will bring together filmmakers from around the world for a once-in-a-lifetime experience (cliché, but accurate!)
I’m an alum of the Documentary Institute master’s program at UF, and my own filmmaking activity revolves around a long-term project that is waiting to see the light of day.
To wrap up, I think people in this group would get a lot out of our book, because it is a lot different than the typical FCP book, digging into how the program is implemented in the real world. http://www.finalcutproworkflows.com/