Patrick Flaherty

Patrick Flaherty

Blur Productions
Producer

Seattle, Washington

Member Since:
September 2015
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
Invites sent:
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About Patrick

I am a creative media professional with a successful record of achievement in the industry. My attention to detail and creativity have led to proven successes, along with my ability to work as an individual or collaborate with teams to meet and exceed business objectives. Able to multi-task and work unsupervised or in a collaborative team environment. Adept at cultivating ties with key decision-makers and persuading them to become loyal clients; strong ability to build long-term business alliances. I am looking for a traditional media role in an organization that can utilize my creative background.

Core Competencies

Videography
Photography
Schedule Management
Production
Project Management
Scopes & Specifications
Budget Management
Creative Development
Training & Development


Computer Skills:
Final Cut Pro, Apple Motion, Apple Color, Soundtrack Pro, Apple Compressor, Q-Master
Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Audition, Adobe Flash, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Live Media Encoder
Avid; NewTek TriCaster Pro; Blender; Microsoft Office

Camera Skills:
Canon: GL2, XL2, XL H1A, T2i, 7D, 5D Mark II
Panasonic: AG-HMC150, AG-HVX200A, AG-HVX200
Sony: PMWEX3, A350, Handycam HDR-FX1000, HXR-NX5U
Nikon: D800, D300
Hero: GoPro 2

Specialties:
Produced, directed and edited 12 television shows that aired on National TV networks in only a 4 month period.
Manage videography and production products, working with numerous teams and clients under strict deadlines and budgetary constraints.
Oversee sets, creating lighting and modifying accordingly to produce higher quality images in accordance with client scopes and specifications.

Credits

  • Four Nights in December

    Four Nights in December (2013)
    Film by Patrick Flaherty (Documentary and Music) Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Editor Centered on the Denton (TX) based, underground band, Trebuchet, "Four Nights in December" chronicles the making of and reflection on their 2nd independent, full-length album. At the root of the film is the DIY ideal: squeezing every last bit of potential from the resources at your disposal to make the best art possible. The setting of "Four Nights in December" is predominantly Denton's historical square district. There the 5-piece rock outfit decided to record in a second story loft once occupied by one of their members. No fancy recording studio-just a loft, lights, cameras, and a handful of ever-engaging imaginations. The idea was to record the songs much like a live show and capture that experience on film in order to have four music videos to promote/accompany the album upon its release. Shortly thereafter, the idea of "interviews" with members and friends/fans came to fruition. Topics covered throughout the film include the DIY mentality, reasons for recording in such a peculiar ... Written by Trebuchet

  • Invasive

    Invasive (2012)
    Film (short) by Coleman McClung (Drama, Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Producer A man comes home in distress, only to glimpse someone, or something, inside his apartment. As he searches for the home invader, the night's dramatic events catch up with him - along with the invader.

  • Departure

    Departure (2012)
    Film (short) by Coleman McClung (Drama and Sci-Fi) Producer A young boy is chosen to be part of a space colonization program after it is discovered that very soon, the world will no longer be capable of sustaining life.

  • Impact

    Impact (2010)
    Film (short) by Robert Montoya (Drama and Thriller) Production manager In a post terrorist ridden America where religion is outlawed, a believer named Rodney is trying to escape to Mexico. Along the way he is confronted with a choice between saving himself or helping someone in need, and accept the consequences of that choice. Written by Anonymous

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