I’ve edited company profiles for dozens of companies including:
Aldus Corporation / Allied-Signal Corporation/ Altera Semiconductor / American Airlines / American MetroComm / Apple Computer, Inc. / Architrek / Ascom Timeplex, Inc. /Avis Rent A Car / British Petroleum / Carrier1 / Cisco Systems / Citrix Systems / Concentric Networks Corporation /CSX Corporation / Dream Quest Images / Eastman Kodak / Enron Corporation / Ernst & Young / Federal Emergency Management Administration / Gemini Consulting / General Dynamics, Inc. / Genuity / Hambrecht & Quist / KPMG / L.L. Bean / The Los Angeles Times / Martin Marietta / McDonnell Douglas / MCI / Monsanto Company /Northwest Airlines /PeopleSoft / Rhythms / Salomon Smith Barney / Seafirst Bank / Southern California Edison /State of Alaska / Thames Water / Univeristy of Michigan Medical Center / U S West Communications / Valvoline / Val-Pak, Inc. / Walter Reed Army Hospital /Worldstar
My favorite and most prolific client for many years, projects for Apple Computer included hour-long productions of the Apple Seminar for One. Each edition focused on a single computing issue and featured demos, executive and industry analyst interviews, and stories about customers who were successful users of Apple products.
Application Development in the 1990’s
Connectivity, Designing Client/Server Systems
Introducing Power Macintosh, Mobile Computing
Newton Enterprise Applications, Strategies for Information Access and The Apple/IBM Alliance.
Other programs I worked on for Apple Computer included:
Newton 2.0 – Info to Go
Apple QuickDraw 3D
MacWorld 1994 videos
Enterprise Now! video parodies of Saturday Night Live, created for Apple’s 1992 sales conference.
Apple in Education
Apple Small Business
Satellite Uplinks: Newton in Your Business, Customer Service, Mobile Computing, Computing Economics.
I’ve edited approximately 2,398 informational seminar videos for Cisco Systems,making me a expert on ancient router trivia. Like most of the above videos, Cisco’s programs were crafted from lengthy interviews on technical subjects.
Okay, it was actually closer to 35 Cisco videos.