UNION MADE: How I Got to Determine What Movies Get Made

July 10, 2012

We “cover” mostly screenplays, but also novels (some pre-publication), newspaper and magazine articles, plays — any potential source for a good story or lead character. We evaluate old movies for their potential as contemporary remakes, and foreign movies as possible American remakes. […]

UNION MADE: A Long and Winding Career Path

July 1, 2011

I arrived in Hollywood with no contacts––and as I observed the inner workings of the business, I felt that what I learned in college was horribly insufficient for me to succeed. So I opened myself up to any job I could get, observing everyone and everything. […]

Schlepping My Way to the Top

January 1, 2011

I love movies and TV shows. I love watching them and I love making them. I always have, for as long as I can remember. My career as an editor would have been just about perfect if I could have slept my way to the top. Unfortunately, with my looks, I was destined for a more conventional approach. […]

UNION MADE: The Lady in the Library

May 1, 2010

People seem to have the impression that I sit in a big office with millions of films which I loan out to interested borrowers… My actual job involves locating stock shots or establishing shots to include in various television shows and feature productions. […]

UNION MADE: How Does One Become a Sound Engineer Anyway?

March 1, 2010

I am still passionately involved—working with clients who require cost-effective methods of designing post-production facilities, recording studios, acoustics and home theatres internationally and am proud to be part of this strenuous but great business. […]

1 2 3 4 5
UA-83546600-1