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Jeremy Clyde, Rick Jones, Valerie Neal: So Right Tonight

Jeremy Clyde on vacation in the US after the May 2015 tour. Last September, Rick Jones and Valerie Neal performed with Jeremy to launch his first solo album, The Bottom Drawer Sessions, No 1 (linked are details on my work on the album). This song is another from the bottom drawer.

This video was shot on my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with a 7.5mm F/3.5 fisheye lens and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Audio was recorded on a Tascam handheld recorder (on the table) and synced with video footage during post production.

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Jeremy Clyde: Willow Weep for Me

The Chad and Jeremy tour scheduled in May 2015 was cut short by an emergency which left Chad unable to travel. Jeremy sang four songs on his own at the Cannery in North Las Vegas.

Chad has since had a successful knee replacement and we are all very happy for that.

This video was shot on my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with a 7.5mm F/3.5 fisheye lens and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 with effects created in Adobe After Effects.

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Mike Pender’s Searchers: When You Walk In The Room

Through my work with Chad and Jeremy, I’ve been fortunate to know other artists from the 1960s. In March 2015, I joined several dates of the British Invasion Tour, which included the artists: Terry Sylvester, Mike Pender, Chad and Jeremy, Billy J Kramer, Denny Laine and Peter Asher.

This video was shot on my Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera with a 25mm F/1.4 TV lens and edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 with effects created in Adobe Photoshop.

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Chad & Jeremy Collaboration

Chad & Jeremy, British Invasion Duo known for their Billboard hits Yesterday’s Gone, Summer Song, Distant Shores, Before and After, and more, reunited in 2004 and have toured since then, also appearing on several television and radio specials and PBS appearances.

Alma joined their team as official photographer and videographer in late 2013, touring with them in 2013 and 2014.

Alma’s main accomplishments since beginning this collaboration are:

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Digital Art 1 and 2 Instructor: Beck Center for the Arts

This was a great experience for Alma because she had to find photography subjects for her students that were inside of the private arts conservatory. They took pictures of their shoes, the light fixtures, condensation on a drinking fountain, and even furniture. They stretched their imaginations to find pleasing composition at odd angles. Alma stretched herself creatively by limiting herself geographically.

Alma promoted, built curriculum for and instructed beginning and intermediate level digital art courses. Constructed curriculum for beginning and intermediate digital art classes (for 8-week and 16-week sessions). Curricula included two projects and many constructive evaluations, as well as discussion topics. Provided immediate support to computers within the digital art lab as well as troubleshooting various types of cameras (supplied by students). Continue Reading →

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Horizon League Webcasting

After taking a course in Multi-Source Live Video Production, Alma was qualified to join the crew of students who shot the University Men’s and Women’s Basketball games. During her time on staff, she regularly ran cables and set up cameras and tripods on the arena platforms before and after games. In addition, she operated cameras during most games both in the seating areas and immediately court side (on one occasion, Alma was even stepped on by a fast-moving J’Nathan Bullock) and she ran CG, updating scores for several games.

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Production Assistant: Red {an orchestra}

After taking a course on multi-source video production, students in the Digital Video Communication program at Cleveland State University can volunteer as Production Assistants for live productions that the faculty and staff are involved with.

This one-day production took place in the Masonic Auditorium in Cleveland, it was a twelve-camera set up with several media trucks digitizing the output for a live performance within Second Life. The Ikegami cameras had long-throw zooms and crank focuses. Quite honestly, it was the most professional broadcast camera Alma have ever used.

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