American Movie Classics
American Movie Classics (AMC) wanted to leverage their lowband and broadband web properties in order to make their name synonymous with classic film expertise. served as both a promotional tool, providing users with on-air programming schedules and behind-the-scenes looks at AMC original programming, and a film buff's resource. Users could browse through a staggering array of film clips, biographies, filmographies and other features. AMC took an aggressive approach toward growing, and maintained that stance for the year and a half that I was involved with the project.

As Executive Producer at Thoughtbubble Productions, I was responsible for AMC's lowband and broadband products from October 1999 to June 2000. During my tenure as project lead, I:
  • managed a 7 person production team dedicated to AMC properties.
  • helped client to define monthly objectives.
  • generated all necessary project documents including requirements documents, production schedules, project briefs, billing documentation, etc.
  • led weekly client/in-house status meetings.
  • managed the production of the Academy Award, Radio City Music Hall and Marilyn Monroe Auction mini-site events from conceptualization to implementation.
    As Associate Producer, I maintained AMC's lowband property from January 1999 to October 1999. In this position, I:
  • made all daily, weekly and monthly graphical changes on
  • assisted Executive Producer in creating requirements documentation for site additions.
  • had daily contact with client.
  • penned the weekly newsletter.
  • wrote all but the feature editorial on site.
  • wrote several star biographies and behind the scenes articles.
  • helmed AMC's Monsterfest '99 mini-site.

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    HTML, JavaScript, CSS, PhotoShop, ImageReady, QuickTime, Oracle db, Perl, Flash 4, Director.

    where & when
    Thoughtbubble Productions, New York, NY.
    January 1999 - June 2000.

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    * Featured in Working Woman magazine's "Essential Internet Guide" in January 2000.