Wain has been a professional video/audio editor, sound designer, and musician for TV broadcast, Documentaries, Independent film and major label record/CD releases.
He started his career as a recording artist for London Records. That would lead to years of working in the music industry in Memphis as an engineer/producer/artist. He moved to the Atlanta Market, and found himself working as a producer/recording engineer/studio musician at APC (Atlanta Production Center). A move back to Memphis led to director of the Digital Audio Division at MPL Film & Video in Memphis, establishing him as an influential video/audio editor in the Mid-South. Wain has worked with Morgan Freeman, Hal Holbrook, Dixie Carter and other successful film and TV professionals. He contributed to several documentaries that aired nationally on PBS, including, "At the River I Stand" and "Oh Freedom After While". He co-created national TV ads, as well as Elvis-on-Video, a live production which toured internationally with the Elvis' TCB band. Wain produced the Graceland audio tour, in collaboration with Pricilla Presley, to present Elvis' music and life while touring the mansion.
Wain is owner of Bradley Media LLC in Little Rock and worked with Jett Westmoreland on the short film, "The Devil Lives in Hot Springs", and produced and edited the feature film "Tuckerman”, distributed by Echelon Studios. Tuckerman has been accepted by numerous film festivals.