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  • 06/06/2017 1:31 PM | Deleted user

    Interested applicants can apply at employment@florisumc.org

    Position Title: Contemporary Worship Sound Engineer

    FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Part-time 

    Supervisory: No 

    Reports to: Technical Director

    Summary Description: The primary purpose of the Contemporary Worship Sound Engineer is to support the highest quality sound production for live or taped weekly services, events and broadcasting. The Sound Engineer is required to know the audio board and audio interface for live streaming. They may also be required to assist in podcasting and other events. The Sound Engineer must be able to work on a team and assist others while producing the highest quality audio possible.

    Duties: Set up, test/sound check and adjust recording equipment for live performances specific to a contemporary band; tear down equipment after event completion. 

    Work with the technical aspects of sound during services, record the mix, assist musicians to set up/patch into the system; successfully patch instruments on main stage and other locations in the facility. 

    Correctly assign and mix sound while conferring with the Technical Director, Technical Producers and performers to help the musicians achieve the desired sound they need. 

    Professionally mix and edit voices, music, and taped sound effects for live performances and for pre-recorded events, using sound mixing boards. 

    Record, speech, music and other sounds on recording media, using recording equipment. 

    Synchronize and equalize pre-recorded dialogue, music and sound effects with visual action of live stream or other video productions, using control consoles. 

    Multi-track recording experience, separating instruments, vocals and other sounds and mix when needed in post production. 

    Work with team members to create or update instrument interface programs for projects or post-production.

    Facilitate the sound needs at the Technical Director’s and Technical Producers’ direction, capturing recording 

    Qualifications: BA in music or music production preferred or equivalent professional experience in sound engineering; currently enrolled students in an equivalent music production degree program considered.

    Experience with multi-track recording, separating instruments, vocals and other sounds and experience mixing live bands. 

    Knowledge in audio production/engineering. 

    Ability to handle multiple pressure situations while working with musicians and producers requirements in a calm and efficient manner. 

    Experience with Avioms and inner ear monitors. 

    Familiarity with wireless frequencies, ability to troubleshoot technical issues and assist with running of cables, rigging audio systems, front-of-house and monitor control, backline, stage lines (bands, etc). 

    Ability to work independently with strong organizational and time management skills. 

    Ability to work as a team member with a positive attitude.

  • 10/17/2016 9:01 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)

    Hi. We’re 522. We’re based out of Old Town, Alexandria. We help organizations connect with

    their audience through video - Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and the government alike.

    We’re always busy, which is why we’re constantly looking for freelancers. Talented creatives

    to work with our team to help craft the stories we tell.

    At the moment, we’re looking for Premiere Editors. Preferred candidates possess a strong

    storytelling background and organizational skills.

    Responsibilities for this position include the ability to effectively organize source media, and

    serve as the lead editor on marketing, educational and narrative projects. The position also

    requires basic troubleshooting of issues with Premiere, and other Apple-based oddities. If you

    have talents in other areas, such as After Effects, Resolve, or Cinema 4D, we’d love to hear

    about those too.

    Candidates should possess the ability to multi-task, desire to work as part of a team, and a

    commitment to producing high-quality work.

    If you’re interested, please fill out the form on our website:


    Key Skills:

    ● Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite - specifically Premiere

    ● Ability to handle multiple projects at once

    ● Knowledge of technical aspects of video production (formats, codecs, frame rates,


    ● Work as part of a team, or complete projects independently without constant


    ● Strong time-management skills

    ● Ability to adapt to changing deadlines

  • 10/17/2016 8:58 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)

    Hi. We’re 522. We’re based out of Old Town, Alexandria. We help organizations connect with

    their audience through video - Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and the government alike.

    We’re always busy, which is why we’re constantly looking for freelancers. Talented creatives

    to work with our team to help craft the stories we tell.

    At the moment, we’re looking for After Effects Editors. Preferred candidates possess a strong

    design background and organizational skills.

    The After Effects Editor works across a variety of graphic-based projects. This includes

    working with the project’s Creative Director to design and execute graphics packages (logo

    bump, lower third, and end slates) or integrating text/graphics into live-action footage.

    Sometimes they work on their own projects. Sometimes they’re helping someone else out.

    Either way, they should have a strong foundation in design and marketing and the ability to

    incorporate our client’s branding guidelines within their concepts. If you have talents in other

    areas, such as Premiere, Resolve, or Cinema 4D, we’d love to hear about those too.

    Candidates should possess the ability to multi-task, desire to work as part of a team, and a

    commitment to producing high-quality work.

    If you’re interested, please fill out the form on our website:


    Key Skills:

    ● Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite - specifically After Effects

    ● Ability to handle multiple projects at once

    ● Knowledge of technical aspects of video production (formats, codecs, frame rates,


    ● Work as part of a team, or complete projects independently without constant


    ● Strong time-management skills

    ● Ability to adapt to changing deadlines

  • 10/01/2016 12:35 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)


    Title: Video Producer

    Openings: 1

    Location: Arlington, VA 22204

    Clearance: Public Trust

    Certification Requirements: N/A


    About Us!

    Agile Defense is an Information Technology Solutions provider committed to partnering with our customers to deliver the highest level of service to our customers. We provided Information Technology (IT) services to the U.S. Government, including several United States Civil agencies and various branches within the U.S. Department of Defense.

    As a thriving Small Disadvantaged Business supporting significant agency programs, Agile Defense has established a solid reputation of partnering with our customers to deliver innovative IT solutions with our “Listen. Think. Innovate.” philosophy.

    Agile Defense is hiring!  


    We have a need for a Video Producer for our client’s audiovisual video production facility.  The client’s campus consists of two video studios, three edit suits and over 200 classrooms equipped with projection, interactive whiteboards and audio equipment. Candidate will work with existing production staff to produce a series of short form videos for a foreign affairs course.


    • Produce creative, engaging video content for FSI courses.
    • Manage  productions from start to finish
    • Work with Subject Matter Experts to create informational video content.
    • Develop treatments, outlines, scripts, and storyboards.
    • Direct talent on set and act as production coordinator
    • Coordinate production schedules
    • Maintain organized production documentation and workflows
    • Schedule resources, personnel, and equipment for projects
    • Collaborate with studio and post production staff
    • Manage multiple concurrent productions
    • Provide excellent customer support in a multicultural educational environment.



    • Bachelor’s Degree in Television Production or related field. 



    • 4yrs experience producing short form video content. 4yrs on set experience.
    • 4yrs Experience managing production resources 4yrs Experience creating treatments, scripts, outlines, and storyboards. 4yrs Experience translating customer’s ideas into engaging video content. 
    • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Cloud (Premiere, Photoshop, after Effects) Impeccable writing and organizational skills. Successful using a lean production approach. 



    • Good communication and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to follow policies and procedures
    • Ability to communicate in a clear speaking voice as well as the ability to respond clearly to questions
    • Aptitude to address negative situations, and resolve them in a positive manner



    • This is a non-supervisory position.


    Contractor site with 0%-10% travel possible.  Possible off-hours work to support releases and outages. General office environment.  Work is generally sedentary in nature, but may require standing and walking for up to 10% of the time.  The working environment is generally favorable.  Lighting and temperature are adequate, and there are not hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc.  Work is generally performed within an office environment, with standard office equipment available.


    At Agile Defense, we know that our employees are our most important asset.  We believe in our responsibility to our fellow employees, customers, company, and to our country.  We promote teamwork, integrity, and creativity; we expect our fellow employees to also live these values.

    Agile Defense, Inc. does not discriminate in practices or employment opportunities on the basis of an individual's race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other proscribed category set forth in federal or state regulations.


  • 04/27/2016 8:30 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)

    Permanent job opportunity on the Hill in DC, for one highly creative and experienced videographer/editor. This is a staff position with a republican congressional member. Must be an unusual thinker who shoots and edits brilliant visuals. To apply, please send an extensive reel of your work and resume to DCfilming123@gmail.com. Looking to fill this job quickly!


  • 11/11/2015 6:45 PM | Brian Wilbur Grundstrom (Administrator)

    Downtown association is seeking assistance in gathering video (B-roll) footage at 5 to 6 events/ programs in 2016. Looking for a reliable student or part-time professional willing to obtain simple B-Roll (1 to 2 hours at each event). Set dates/ locations of programs to be provided. Must be willing to work with limited budget. If interested, please email Marie Tibor, mtibor@aoba-metro.orgNo calls, please.


  • 04/30/2014 4:20 PM | Anonymous
        On March 25th the Great American Wheat Harvest documentary film, produced by ConjoStudios, LLC, made it’s national debut in Washington, D.C. A crowd of about 250 people gathered at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian on a snowy Tuesday morning for a celebration of this film on National Ag Day; the film screening was an official part of the National Ag Day festivities. All of the harvesting crews featured in the film, and even one wheat farmer and his family were able to attend the premiere along with many of the film’s sponsors.

         After working on this project for nearly four years, Producer and Director, Conrad Weaver, President of ConjoStudios, LLC, was relieved and excited to begin sharing his film with the world. “It’s thrilling to see so many people come out to view this film. It’s been such huge project, and I’ve invested so much time, energy, and resources into it, so I’m excited that people want to see the finished product,” says Weaver.
         The crowd’s reaction to the film was fun to watch. There was laughter at some of the lines, especially when custom harvester Jim Deibert said that people ask him if he wants to go to Vegas. His response, “Hell, no. I do enough gambling all Summer, why do I want to go to Vegas and gamble?”  And other parts of the movie brought people to tears like when Jenna Zeorian talks about her struggle to decide to NOT go on harvest. At the end of the film the crowd rose to it’s feet for a standing ovation.
         “I was deeply moved and humbled to receive this type of recognition,” says Weaver.  “However, It’s the harvesters and farmers who really need the standing ovation! They are the ones who take the risks each year, so that the rest of us can eat.”
         One individual commented after he viewed the film that he will never look at a loaf of bread the same again, realizing now what all goes into producing it.  Another tweeted, “The Great American Wheat Harvest film captivated me from the first words…to the very last word! Awesome documentary! Phenomenal footage.”
         Following the national premiere in Washington, DC, the film was shown to a sold-out theater in Lincoln, Nebraska where it again received many compliments!  The first public showing of the film took place later that same week at the Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff, NE and is currently showing in independent theaters in Kansas.
         The film opens in 15 theaters in the midwest the week of May 12.   Weaver comments, “The general public needs to see this film. Harvesters and farmers already know what goes on during harvest, and they are excited to see it, and we’re glad they come!  But it’s the public who doesn't know or understand agriculture who’s the target audience we’re hoping to reach. We’ve already submitted it to several film festivals and theaters, and are looking for other venues to show it as well.”  
         After the film shows in theaters and makes its rounds in festivals, it will be broadcast on RFD-TV in early November, and will then be released on DVD and BLU-RAY which will contain footage, interviews, and extra content that does not appear in the film. There has also been considerable interest in the film from people in Ireland, England, and Australia. Plans are to release it world-wide via an on-line distribution site such as iTunes and Amazon.com.    
         Weaver and his team are currently raising funds to be able to make this world-wide distribution possible. Anyone interested in sponsorship opportunities in the distribution of the film should contact Jody Lamp or Melody Dobson for more information at 406-698-9675 or info@GreatAmericanWheatHarvest.com.

  • 12/04/2012 8:50 AM | Deleted user

    Just wanted to pass this information along for production personnel.  There is a place in the DC area where you can find a customized case for cameras, tripods, lighting, audio equipment or just about anything you can think of when working out in the field.  Located in Northern Virginia in the high-technology Dulles corridor approximately 25 miles west of Washington DC, Dulles Case Center is located next to Dulles Airport. Customers are welcome to stop by the store and get hands-on assistance to select the right case for their application.  Several models of Pelican and Storm brand cases are kept in stock.  Other services are offered such as custom cut foam inserts for added protection and organization.  There are CAD design engineers on staff to design the ideal custom insert.  Customers will receive a 3D drawing and quotation for custom cut foam.  Dulles Case Center will also cut new foam inserts for cases that customers may already have.  Anyone is welcome to drop by anytime between 8:00 - 5:00pm M-F.  http://www.dullescasecenter.com


  • 10/05/2012 10:57 AM | Anonymous

    TIVA's program on "The Killer App for Video," got a late start when two presenters experienced vehicle troubles, but that didn't make the evening any less informative for the 25 professionals who gathered on October 4th at of Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts (CDIA) in Georgetown.

    It soon became apparent that there was way too much information for such a format, but a lot of us got some great ideas  Highlights are listed below, but we encourage everyone to offer comments and suggestions.

    Director of Photography Alex Ibrahim and Director Ishu Krishna shared some of their personal favorites and professional stock photographer Robert Giroux demonstrated easy release, an app he wrote to streamline the process of obtaining appearance and location releases. 

    While there are a lot of free apps to choose from, there is a real advantage to many of the paid products.

    Here's a brief summary of the apps presented.  Most are available through the iTunes store or Google Play.  Please feel free to comment and add your own suggestions.




    Photographers Ephemeris

    GPS sun and moon calculator with GPS overlay. Shows angle of sun and other factors for any time and location,



    Shows position of sun and angle above ground for any time and place


    Sunseeker Lite

    Solar compass – different interface sun position and elevation above horizon


    Sunseeker 3D Augmented reality

    Allows you to look at a location and see 3d image of where sun will be at given time.


    Easy Release

    Customizable model release software. Allows signatures on iPads and emailing releases.



    Detailed director's viewfinder - shows aspect ratios and framing



    Equipment manuals and lens information for many cameras and situations



    Detailed electrical calculations and guides for grips.  Allows you to order from Barbizon on line.


    The Grip App

    From Michael Uva, author of the grip book.  Detailed info on any equipment or situation a grip is likely to encounter.


    Set Lighting

    Detailed information and calculations on almost all professional lighting equipment.  Allows you to estimate light levels in advance.


    Pocket Light Meter

    A surprisingly accurate reflective spot meter


    AJA Data Calc

    Calculate storage rates, and other information for video files.


    Celtx Script

    Syncs and updates popular free Celtx scriptwriting software


    Celtx Scout

    Location scouting and sharing software


    Celtx Shots

    Powerful location stroyboarding and blocking application


    Elite Prompter

    Teleprompter with fixed speeds.  Compatible with Adobe story.  Controllable via Bluetooth



    Teleprompter with mirror imaging.  Playback can be controlled from separate iPhone.  One of best promoter software packages out there.


    Hukilau slate

    Simple slate app


    Scripts Pro

    Script writing & Updating


    MovieMagic Scheduling

    Scheduling and shot lists for large productions, similar to production boards


    Parkopedia Parking

    Directory to parking lots & spaces around the country.  Updates on number of spaces available from participating lots.



    Reading and markup for PDF and other files.  Great for annotating scripts and other documents



    Drawing application – good for blocking


    Pocket Call Sheet

    Generate detailed call sheets for cast & crew



    Puts green screen and registration marks on your phone for keying and motion tracking. 



    Scouting and director’s viewfinder.  Shoots locations in correct aspect ratio and records location and compass direction camera is pointing.  (Lite version is free)


    Shot Lister

    Professional shot listing application


    Kata Data

    Data rate and storage calculator



    Detailed and very intuitive depth of field calculator


    Movie Slate

    High end slate



    Time lapse calculations


    Log Me In

    Remote access to and control of your desktop PC or Mac


    Drop Box

    File Transfer – on line transfer


    Cut Notes

    Make time code synced notes as you edit.  Compatible with FCP


    Edit Calc

    Fast and easy time code calculations



    Time code based logging and notes


    Toland ASC

    Powerful calculations and resources for cinematographers


  • 03/01/2012 4:37 PM | Anonymous

    Double R Productions (www.doublerproductions.com ) marked the first month of its 25th anniversary year with President and Owner Rosemary Reed’s Filmmaker of the Month award from the District of Columbia Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.

    Rosemary Reed (left) supervises makeup application during a recent shoot for Double R Productions

    “On our 25th anniversary year, I’m so honored,” Reed said. “Double R has had such a great working relationship with the DC Film Office over the years. We really appreciate the recognition.” Founded in 1987, Double R Productions has served clients as varied as major national newspapers, Fortune 500 companies, the US government, associations, corporations, local arts organizations, and many nonprofits. The communications and television production company produces mini documentaries for its clients under tight deadlines on a regular basis.

    Double R projects include public service announcements, original programming, client image pieces, video news releases, and commercials. Additional services are media training and interactive video training projects.

    Reed established her reputation in DC working for the FOX network as the executive producer of “Panorama,” the nation’s longest-running, live, daily talk show with Maury Povich. She also created Double R’s original program “Gospelrobics,” last aired on the PBS affiliate WHUT-TV. Since the mid-80s, Reed has produced and directed the National Association of Broadcasters’ Congressional PSA Program. She has served as a producer, director, and writer all over the world, winning numerous awards for her work including a local Emmy for writing and producing on a broadcast special for the AFL-CIO. Her pieces have been recognized through awards from CINE, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, American Women in Radio & Television, United Press International, Associated Press, and the National Education Association.

    The DC Film Office launched the Filmmaker of the Month initiative to elevate the national and international profile of the city’s most talented filmmakers. Reed’s media experience both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, academic background in theatre and speech, plus teaching experience on the high school and college levels sets her apart from other professionals in the media industry, the DC Film Office said.

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