Work History

Work History

Online Digital Editor and Director

Dallas Post Productions/Blue Cactus Post


+ Hired during their grand opening, and voluntarily leaving a week before they closed their doors. + I was the longest tenured employee. Broad skill set acquired included live and live to tape multicamera direction, audio production, editorial, 2d graphic animation, client care, and much more. + Billed out over $300,000 as a creative editor in 1995 + Editor of over 1,300 commercials and promotional spots on the local and national levels, including Sports Illustrated and features for CBS, FOX, Prime Sports and Raycom. + Directed one of the first DFW ‘sports extra’ shows in 1990-91 called Sunday Nights Sports Page. This was a live one-hour multicamera program with local media and sports figures as guests. + Directed over 1,000 hours of single and multicamera productions in live and live-to-tape formats, and no less than 300 hours of live multicamera broadcast programming.

Broadcast Supervisor

Digital:Convergence Corporation


+ Broadcast Supervisor for this privately held Internet and print software development corporation.  The company originated from a successful Internet and TV talk show of which I was a founding producer. + Broad scope of responsibilities included personnel scheduling for a production department of ten, maintenance & inventory control, installation supervision of over three-quarters of a million dollars worth of production equipment & support gear, and broad creative responsibilities of the high-definition program, Net Talk Interactive. + Implemented the then new ‘Cue’ broadcast technology + Final edit oversight of 13 high definition half hour episodes of Net Talk Interactive, aired in the United States and abroad (including being transcribed into Chinese) + Set conception & design, naming, multi-camera live-to-tape direction and web site b roll collation for Net Talk Interactive + Commercial development and production for NBCIQ nationally aired commercials

Sep 2001 - Present

A Video Production and Producer Services Company (Owner)

Legend Media Producers

Legend Media provides video production and creative producer services for companies of all shapes and sizes. An active project manager, producer, designer, director, shooter and editor, I am able to plan and execute projects that meet and exceed expectations in the video, internet and print domains.


Production and producer services for television, radio, internet, event / entertainment and print - including total project A/V archival, CD and DVD duplication Event / entertainment production includes: a show design and theme, execution, set design and construction, lighting, staging, technical direction, audio, backline, video, tents, fencing, power distribution, catering, décor consulting, venue location and confirmation Talent buying- national and regional entertainers, specialty acts, speakers, a masters of ceremony, disc jockeys Promotional media purchasing and placement Entertainment/event branding and procurement Rentals, leasing, sales, design, fabrication, and custom installation of lighting, staging, audio, backline, video and power distribution related gear




University of Texas at Austin


April 23, 2009 by Joseph Rende of Rende Eclectic / Dallas, TX "I have relied on Kurt for over seven years to deliver very high quality productions within very tight budgets and schedules. He has consistently exceeded my expectations and has always proven himself to be a very versatile media writer/director/producer/editor. I am most impressed with his professionalism, his ability to see the big picture as well as pay attention to the details, and his creative spirit and artistic eye. He is a delight to work with at every stage in the production process.April 19, 2009 by Susan Havesn of On Cue Media / Flower Mound, TX “Throughout my 20-year TV News and programming career, I’ve worked with a literally hundreds of producers & directors. Never before have I experienced such amazing talent, business acumen and genuine sincerity bundled in one person. Kurt pours himself into every project with the utmost dedication and devotion to pleasing the client (which really isn’t that hard for him!) and a heart-of-gold. He’s always on-time, on-target and on-top of every little detail. And I say all of this from multiple perspectives having worked with him as (1) a talent, (2) the client and (3) a co-producer. Feel free to call me with any questions."





Videographer  (2)


Telly (5)


Electronic Retailing Association, Worldfest (3)



Additional software applications

Microsoft Office, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Project; as well as being skilled in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe GoLive, AVID, Premiere  edit software. General familiarity with Macromedia Flash, Adobe After Effects. Lotus Notes and Visio.  

Published in print nationally and locally

Wrote a technology driven column for the a community newspaper for a year called Sidebytes - also had a feature on production processes published in the National Federation of Paralegals paper nationally.

College level Adjunct Instructor

Taught Television Production course to Seniors and Juniors at Southern Methodist University for 2 semesters. Assigned coursework and assigned their final semester grades for both the classroom and labs.

HTML web designer

Photoshop graphics designer for broadcast and print

High and standard def shooter

Experienced in both tape and tapeless recording processes - JVC, Sony, Canon and Panasonic professional video cameras in high and standard definition. Specialist in field production "run n' gun" type shoots.

Creative non-linear and linear editor

Portfolio Sample: Editor of over 1,300 commercials and promos on the local and national levels, including Sports Illustrated and features for CBS, FOX, Prime Sports and Raycom

Creative broadcast and non-broadcast producer

Varied and broad production areas covered here. Indy films, music videos, infomercials, reality TV series, commercials and more. 

Multicamera live broadcast director

Portfolio Sample: Directed over 1,000 hours of single and multi-camera productions in live and live-to-tape formats, and no less than 300 hours of live multi-camera broadcast programming



Joseph Rende

Susan Calloway