Talent Spotlight: Senior Post Production Engineer

Senior Post Production Engineer, Brittany, is a part of one of our newest contract teams in San Francisco. A team dedicated to inventing the future of news media and delivering international news through experience and empowerment, Brittany has made all the difference. From editing to post-production engineering, she can do it all… read below to pick her brain!

Q: What was the first job you ever had?
A: I was a greeter for ski school sales at Squaw Valley, USA

Q: How did you become interested in the production industry?
A: A relative is a set medic. When I was a kid she was in Sacramento, CA on location for the movie “Life,” with Eddie Murphy. I got to go and shadow her for a day and never looked back!

Post Production Engineer Brittany

Q: What is the professional accomplishment you are most proud of?
A: Successfully running post-production for the 2015 US Open (Golf) Championships. It was the 1st time Fox got to cover it.

Q: What is the best thing about working for TeamPeople?
A: My team here in SF is pretty phenomenal. I’ve never worked with such talented but humble group of people! To have teammates that actually care and help support each other in business and in life is an amazing experience!

Q: What is the personal accomplishment you are most proud of?
A: Stepping away from editing to pursue a career in post-production engineering. It was a very scary decision but has paid off in so many ways. I’m so in love with what I do for a living.

Q: What emoji describes you best?
A: The Smiley emoji.

Q: Name one thing about you that not too many people know.
A: I have mild hemiplegia cerebral palsy on my right side. (That’s why I type using only one hand)

Q: What is your favorite workplace saying?
A: What is important is ideas. If you have ideas, you have the main asset you need, and there isn’t any limit to what you can do with your business and your life. – Harvey Firestone

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