Senior Media Production Manager Resume
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Sample Senior Media Production Manager Resume
video • television • radio
Nine years of combined experience in studio / location shooting, broadcast programming, production troubleshooting, marketing, promotional planning, and contract negotiation. Solid network of film industry contacts and up-to-date knowledge of industry trends, events, and key film festivals.
- Production Management:
Business-savvy project manager with proven ability to supervise large film crews, coordinate complex production schedules, and manage budgets up to $100,000. Successful at managing simultaneous media / video projects and troubleshooting pre- and postproduction problems.
- Public Relations:
Enthusiastic spokesperson. Accustomed to functioning as production liaison to community leaders, city bureaus, government agencies, neighborhood associations, and local businesses.
- Filmmaking / Video Editing:
Expertise in studio and location lighting and layered audio design. Skilled at creating studio sets and directing the use of camera dollies, butterflies, lighting cookies, camera cranes, studio lighting grids, and other high-end video production equipment.
- Advanced Computer Skills:
AVID Media Composer, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, AfterEffects, PageMaker, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
GRANTREE PRODUCTIONS-San Diego, California
Senior Media Production Manager (2001-Present)
Produce and package public relations and marketing messages for mass media production company. Coordinate concurrent mass media and video production projects.
- Supervise professional production crews and on-camera talent.
- Coordinate subcontractors in the television studio and during location shoots.
- Serve as senior consultant to government, nonprofit, and commercial accounts.
- Develop and execute media plans for TV, radio, and print campaigns.
- Function as chief scriptwriter, producer, and director for all major news, documentary, public relations, and marketing communication projects (video, radio, Internet / Web).
- Create and manage line-item media production budgets.
- Prepare and present bids and budgets for government contract work.
FREELANCE FILM PRODUCTION-Phoenix, Arizona
Art Director / Project Manager (1997-2001)
- Managed $75,000 Art Department budget on location in Phoenix.
- Supervised crew of 28. Negotiated salaries, coordinated scheduling, and resolved complex production problems.
- Functioned as a liaison to community representatives and local law enforcement to ensure trouble-free shooting and compliance with contract and permitting requirements.
- Provided technical and creative support for several high-profile movie projects in conjunction with the Arizona Film / Television Advisory Council.
- Served as a point of contact for 22 people working under a 5-month television filming deadline.
- Oversaw wardrobe, property department, and set decorating.
- Maintained full-scale offices to support three departments.
FIRST-PLACE WINNER-San Diego Regional Video Competition
Professional Video / Short Drama Category: Fear of Flying
AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD-Chicago Film Festival
Most Powerful Film of the Festival: Renaissance Women
PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY-Portland, Oregon
Master of Arts, Mass Communication (2003)
ALBANY COLLEGE-Albany, New York
Bachelor of Arts, Communication (2001)
Emphasis: Film and Television Production
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY-Bozeman, Montana
Film and Video Production (1996-1998)
COLUMBIA COLLEGE-Chicago, Illinois
Art History / Theatre Design (1996)
AMPA-Arizona Media Production Association