Video Production Manager
Written by Janice R. Worthington-Loranca, CPRW, JCTC
2200 Pinebrook Road
Columbus, Ohio 43220
FILM & VIDEO PRODUCTION
PRODUCTION HOUSE, AD AGENCY, IN-HOUSE CORPORATE
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
Seasoned Video Production Manager with twenty-five years of video/film production experience including fifteen years in production management. Experience in all aspects of production:
writing, producing, shooting and editing. Expertise operating in unconventional environments from tropical rainforests and deserts to Antarctic, and on-board diverse platforms including
ships, aircraft and prototype vessels.
1972 to 1997 UNITED STATES NAVY, Washington, D.C.
DIRECTOR OF VIDEO DOCUMENTATION TEAM, White House Military Office
(July 1992 - September 1997)
- Directed twelve person team documenting public, official and ceremonial activities
of President of United States for retention in Presidential Libraries of National
Archives; held Top Secret Security Clearance: classification Yankee White -
- Planned, coordinated and directed video documentary coverage of domestic and
foreign Presidential events and trips, worldwide; oversaw handling, safeguarding,
archiving and post production process of over 5,000 Presidential Record
- Orchestrated documentation of Presidential events including START II Treaty
Signing, 50th Anniversary of the D-Day landing and two Presidential National
Conventions, campaigns and Inaugurations.
- Provided direction to six video crews documenting 1993 and 1997 Presidential
Inaugurations while simultaneously ensuring continuous coverage of Office of the
- Spearheaded transfer of White House Television Unit from Naval Media Center and
transformation into White House Communications Agency Camera Crew;
coordinated transfer of billets, records and $875,000 equipment inventory.
- Liaison between White House and State Department staff, national media and
contracted companies in production of worldwide events for President.
OPERATIONS CHIEF/TRAINING DIRECTOR, Atlantic Fleet Combat Camera Group
(November 1989 - June 1992)
- Directed Division of over 40 highly skilled Navy photographers and journalists;
coordinated deployment of camera crews to support Naval and Marine Corps
- Provided On Scene Commanders with visual information of on-going operations and
Department of Defense Public Affairs Office with broadcast quality videos for
release to national news organizations.
- Liaison between Navy/Marine Corps, federal agencies and production teams on
productions, operational briefings, technical reports, research/ development projects
and congressional briefings.
OFFICER IN CHARGE, Fleet Imaging Center
(May 1987 - November 1989)
- Directed production of general photographic support for over 100 customer
organizations operating at Brunswick Naval Air Station.
- Managed eighteen personnel offering color film processing, printing, high speed
black and white film processing/printing and color transparency processing and
- Accountability for physical facility, control of classified material, intelligence
gathering, support and staff training in EEO compliance.
- Spearheaded facility and operation modernization through installation of Noritsu
automated processor and printing equipment.
PACIFIC FLEET AUDIOVISUAL COMMAND
San Diego, California
(1982 - 1987)
DIRECTOR OF TRAINING - Administered training and professional development of 22 photographers including photo journalists, motion picture and video camera crews in comprehensive
production techniques. Produced in-house workshop with CBS "60 Minutes." Chief of Photography on film journalism techniques.
POST PRODUCTION DIRECTOR - Managed four editors in all aspects of post production services film/video productions including music selection, picture editing and sound tack design.
DOCUMENTARY CREW CHIEF - Produced, directed, photographed and edited film/video news features for internal information news program. Produced and directed film and video coverage of major
Naval events throughout Pacific Fleet for release to major news networks.
NAVY INTERNAL RELATIONS ACTIVITY, Washington D.C. Producer, Field Production Coordinator, DP/First Cameraman, Editor. (1978 - 1982),
PACIFIC FLEET COMBAT CAMERA GROUP, San Diego, California, Cameraman/Gaffer. (1973 - 1977).
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
School of Performing Arts Division of Cinema
Los Angeles, California
NAVY CINEMA PROGRAM: One year specialized course of instruction in Film Production. Completed 43 semester hours of film production courses producing eight student films. Emphasis on
dramatic film theory and production. Performed activities of writer, director, director of photography and editor.
Personal and professional references furnished upon request.
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