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Julie Bacon is a freelance video producer and editor who draws from a media studies, semiotics, and performing arts background.  As a producer, she works with clients to identify and develop aesthetic and conceptual goals for projects. She establishes production schedules, coordinates production support, gathers and modifies supporting materials, to meet aesthetic and informational requirements, and edits in appropriate format. She works primarily with Adobe Creative Suite (Premiere, After Effects, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator), as well as Final Cut Pro and Avid.

Julie worked for two years as a full-time freelance producer/editor for Morgan Stanley’s internal broadcast network, producing interviews, communications and marketing programs on a daily basis.  She has also created videos for Stamford Young Artists Philharmonic, Aquila Theatre, Integra Workshops, Graphics by Color Group, OM Yoga, Saw Mill Club, and St. Matthew’s Church.

Other professional experience includes an extensive career in dance with Boston Ballet and Lyons Opera Ballet and a 500-hour certification in yoga instruction. Through her career in the performing arts, which involved precise, scrupulous  artistic engagement, and substantial international travel, she developed an acute attention to detail, and a diverse cultural perspective. In addition, her rigorous education in Modern Culture and Media, at Brown University, has provided her with excellent research, writing and critical thinking skills.

Julie uses video, photography and industry standard programs, to effectively bring ideas to life. In addition, her strong aesthetic sense, and sincere commitment to all her projects, culminates in moving, informative, and engaging digital content.

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