Kevin Ritchie’s 2013 Production Reel with NBA Entertainment. 6 years of experience at major sports television network.
The Association: Brooklyn Nets
-Cameraman’s assistant on daily field shoots and interviews. Shot behind the scenes with Canon 5D of practices, media sessions, and conducted interviews. Attended majority of Nets home games as cameraman’s assistant with Phantom Flex High Speed Slow-Motion camera. Gathered elements for Senior Producers to use for segments.
Mr. Russell’s House with Bill Simmons
-Served as Associate Producer. Assisted in creation of treatment and script. Searched archives for all footage, contacted outside sources for news reels and photographs. Edited the trailer for air on NBATV and ESPN as well as edit a full segment of the special.
-Cameraman’s assistant on nearly all interviews and field shoots around the country. Set up the shot as well as proper lighting. Shot Canon 5D as second camera in majority of interviews. Assisted in creating questions for interviews. Gathered archival footage for Senior Producers to use in film.
One on One with Ahmad Rashad
-Edited on a variety of segments, teases, opens and trailers. Gathered footage for other editors and Senior Producers to use in their segments. Shot on Canon 5D and Panasonic AF-100 for behind the scenes of field shoots and served as second camera on interviews.
-Edited between 1 and 3 features for air on weekly show. Assisted in script and copy writing. Produced field shoots and conducted interviews. Features were often also sent to ESPN for use on Sportscenter.
Miami Heat: A Run at History
-Served as Associate Producer. Assisted in creation of script and treatment as well as contacted outside sources for footage requests. Edited on nearly every segment of show. Segments were also used in 2013 Miami Heat Championship DVD.
-Produced field shoots and conducted interviews. Shot on Canon 5D and Panasonic AF-100 for interviews, practices and behind the scenes elements. Edited features for air on NBATV’s Gametime as well segments for monthly shows.