Most of the production work I do is almost exclusively linked to comedy or comedy people. The most common services I do are for people recording 10 - 20 minute spots at clubs or bar shows in NYC, and every once and a while I do something longer like a live podcast or a 30 - 60 minute comedy special. Occasionally, I shoot sketches however they tend to take longer for less so that doesn't happen that often. If you're a comic in the Brooklyn/NYC area and you're trying to film a set let me know. I work fairly cheap (for comics) because statistically speaking most of struggle to buy food on a daily basis let alone professional video services which typically cost hundreds of dollars an hour.
If you're the type of person who would like to see an editing reel that's something I have. Send me a message and I'll send you the link for it. And for those wondering I work almost exclusively in Adobe Premiere Pro, however I can work in FCX if necessary.
Me doing graphic design is the result of going to the 2007 Flatstock Poster Exhibition at the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival and realizing that screenprinting is a thing. By a large margin, the most compelling poster artist that I saw that year was Jason Munn, and when I asked him how he designed his prints, he told me that he used Adobe Illustrator. When I got back to Portland I downloaded a trial version of CS3 and attempted to draw a banana using the pen tool. I've been designing ever since.
Comedy takes a huge precedent in my life, and as such I'm more interested in designing things for stand-up showcases, sketch shows, improv, and stuff like that. If you have a project you'd like to start, and you enjoy some of the things I've made in the past, go ahead and send me a message and we can go from there.
Below are examples of both comedy posters, and band posters.