Robert Krbavac

  • Toronto ON

Videographer

Work History

Work History
2013

Videographer

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

— Videographer Performs tasks as a specialist in production, contributing creatively to programming by frequently composing distinctive visuals within the scope and time constraints of the program. Works primarily in news, sports and current affairs. Work is generally performed according to accepted industry standards but there is latitude for independent action, judgement and initiative. Duties are performed under the direction of program or other personnel, but there may be requirements to work without immediate supervision. Work is usually performed within established program formats. Work is normally performed under high pressure. Key Tasks: ♦ Prepares, aligns and sets up field icameras ensuring optimum visual and technical quality under prevailing conditions. ♦ Lights the subject or scene, composes and records program material using a handheld camera. Ensures both visual and aural material meets technical and aesthetic requirements for editing. ♦ Delivers all recorded materials including shot-lists. ♦ In the field, performs simple maintenance of equipment. ♦ Drives a motor vehicle on a daily basis. ♦ Performs all or part of the function or duties of an equivalent or lower classification. ♦ As assigned or required, may perform any or all of the following tasks: ask scripted questions of subjects being recorded. prepare documentation for international travel.

2007 - 2013

Truck Operator

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

— Mobile Transmission Tech Without immediate supervision but in consultation with the appropriate operations or program centre, performs tasks required for the successful transmission of a technically acceptable signal. Creative problem solving may be required, where production requirements are clear. Work is generally performed according to accepted industry standards but require independent action, judgement and initiative as well as cooperation and consultation with other program, production or technical personnel. Establishes and maintains external contacts to secure information or make necessary arrangements. There is a requirement to coordinate the work of others. Key Tasks: ♦ Surveys remote locations and determines the remote site for installation of equipment required for the coverage of the program to be transmitted. ♦ Makes all necessary arrangements to obtain authorization to install equipment close to or at the remote location production site. ♦ Using up to four cameras, performs non-sophisticated switching and mixing of audio and video signals. ♦ Contributes ideas and makes recommendations to overcome problems or achieve desired results ♦ Drives transmission vehicles on a daily basis. ♦ Ensures safe operation of transmission vehicles and related equipment. 1 ♦ Performs all or part of the functions or duties of an equivalent or lower classification. ♦ As assigned or required, may perform any or all of the following tasks: operate vehicles requiring special operating licenses. Education Required: Requires good knowledge and understanding of audio and video signal

2001 - 2006

Efp Sound Recordist

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
— EFP Sound Recordist Performs tasks required in the sound crafts, primarily in field production. Creative problem solving is required to generate aural outputs, where production requirements are clear. Work is generally performed according to accepted industry standards but assignments require independent action, judgement and initiative as well as cooperation and consultation with other program, production or technical personnel. Contact with performers and guests requires discretion in communications and handling. There may be requirements to coordinate the work of others. Key Tasks: ♦ Plans, directs and undertakes audio pickup operations where program demands for audio quality and perspective require pickups at least as complex as natural history and current affairs documentaries or drama. ♦ Selects equipment and ensures that facilities and materials are available to meet requirements. ♦ Arranges transportation of required equipment and materials. ♦ Contributes ideas and makes recommendations to overcome problems or achieve desired results. ♦ Evaluates recorded material to determine if it meets approved technical standards. ♦ Ensures the proper operating condition of equipment by making the necessary checks, adjustments and alignments according to standard procedures. ♦ Performs all or part of the function or duties of an equivalent or lower classification. ♦ As assigned or required, may perform any or all of the following tasks: survey remote locations and plan recording assignments. edit audio material arrange for or effect the replacement and repair of facilities and equipment. direct and coordinate the work of other staff assigned to the preparation, set-up, installation and operation of equipment. prepare documentation for international travel. assist in the training of others.

Education

Education
1994 - 1997

Diploma

Mohawk College Broadcast Television