Motion Pictures and Film | Portland, Oregon Area, US
Growing up in the Northwest (Portland, OR), I'm a fan of the idea of sustainability, the triple bottom line... and that's people, planet, and profit. I'm on a mission to align goals, bring people with specialized skills together, make things happen, and build an empire.
Specialties: politicking, building long-term relationships, isolating strengths and weaknesses, building and supporting company vision, mission, and values. Business plan development, small group communication, role development, organizational behavior and culture, oral and written communication, audio and video production, and process (system) efficiencies (i.e. task, time, and detail oriented processes).
2013 - Present
Consultant, Organizational Development / Entrepreneurial
I'm most interested in the system-ness of business, meaning, I like to look at all parts and pieces of the organization to see how it benefits the whole. Given that organizational development can be (e.g. depending on the size of the organization) a very time intensive process, I will be meeting with various entrepreneurs, professionals from the film and video industry (i.e. my field of expertise) so as to identify the best approach as an organizational development consultant.
2005 - Present
Owner / Justin Perspective
Specializing in promotional web video, event documentary, story telling, wedding video and photography.
Manager / Portland State University Television
Organizational development encompasses every possible task and/or objective while working with PSU Television. The student run media organization lacked the proper foundation to have any chance at succeeding in the coming years (at the professional level desired by stakeholders).
I was dedicated to the following:
~Managing 3+ staff members
~Supporting 15+ active members
~Building up resources to accommodate 40+ members who required training.
~Managing a $20,000 budget
~Asset management (over $28,000 worth of hardware and software)
~Creating a 60+ page development plan based on the needs of the organization
~Isolating a clear vision, mission, values.
~Identifying key revenue areas given the organizations limitations and competition
~Organizing formal processes, procedures, and related documentation (e.g. forms, files)
~Communicate effectively and build relationships with advisors, board and committee members.
~Creating opportunities for the organization by identifying gaps and/or niches
~Identifying and marketing to the organization's key stakeholders (e.g. the student community and film majors).
Senior Editor / Portland State University Television
● Videographer & Editor October through December.
● Received Senior Editor title January 2012.
● Individually produced 3-5 minute video segments.
● Event coverage, and special interest stories.
● Story production; shot list, segment outlines, etc.
● Meet segment deadlines twice weekly.
● Taught basic camera classes.
● Strength in file management and organization.
● HD Panasonic HMC-150
● Final Cut Pro 7
● Content compressed for web and DVD.
● 2011 Business & Sustainability Conference
● Sample: http://vimeo.com/album/1777194
The Center for Global Leadership in Sustainability
Camera Operator / Tualatin Valley Community Television
Camera Operator for "Roofball", a sport entertainment show produced for Tualatin Valley Community Television.
Floor Director / Tualatin Valley Community Television
Floor Director for two studio talk shows, "Informed Retirement", and "7 Deadly Sins of Retirement."
Technical Director / Tualatin Valley Community Television
Studio production, talk show, "To the POINT!"
Videographer/Editor/Co-Producer, Productions Division / www.explosivefighter.com
This was my first experience with Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) video journalism. We were often on location at various live MMA events in the Pacific NW. Acting as director of photography, I was responsible for interview configuration, lights, camera composition, microphone and tech support. Explosive Fighter's first show aired on public access (Tualatin Valley Community TV). A one hour segment, I had the opportunity to edit the entire segment in my home office located in Portland Oregon.
Producer/Videographer/Editor / RiverPlace Athletic Club
Produced a promotional video for RiverPlace Athletic Club. Video focused on the Les Mills "Body Pump" launch that took place January 2009. Prior to 'going pro', I utilized a consumer grade camcorder (built-in audio), and minimal editing software to get the job done.
Producer/Videographer/Editor / Bethany Athetic Club
Produced a promotional video for Bethany Athletic Club for their Les Mills "Body Pump" launch. This was quite a feat considering the equipment and editing software I was required to utilize.
Business Office Associate / Oregon Athletic Clubs
Producer/Videographer/Editor / Hawthorn Farm Athletic Club
Produced, shot, and edited an experimental promotional video for Hawthorn Farm Athletic Club. Later produced two more videos for the Les Mills "Body Pump" launch at their sister club locations in the Portland Metropolitan area. Please visit the following link to see the finished video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blTMU7N_l-4
Production Assistant / Hero Labs
I was an intern with Hero Labs in the past, I have taken on various production roles as necessary. I often shot with a Canon XL-1, edited with Final Cut Pro, helped with sound, occasionally operating the boom when necessary while managing audio levels on a Shure FP33 3-channel stereo mixer.