Our state-of-the-art studio is located in San Carlos, California. We travel the world to capture the best and the brightest for our shows.
Chris has been in the production business since 1988 starting on the agency side producing advertising and marketing campaigns. He founded one of the world's first new media agencies in 1993 and extended his expertise into interactive and on-line production. Chris then went on to co-found the first Digital Asset Management software company in 1995 and became the global leader with clients such as Disney and Sony Pictures.
Chris started ROADURON specifically to create the next gen broadcast platform which will deliver high quality, high volume, low cost program streams.
Video production begins and ends with the stories told. It requires exceptional writing skills, a good eye, media savvy and efficient productions. As a best selling author, international speaker, video producer & TV host, Ellie brings the rare combination of these skills to ROADURON - as someone with first hand knowledge and experience in front of the camera. Most recently, she is writing for Technorati and teaching at Stanford.
Betsy Bascom has a destinguished career in the Global Life Sciences and Biotech markets most recently focused on strategic alliances and business development. Her proven track record and extensive global network of CEOs, investors and partners is being applied to bring partnerships and alliiances to ROADURON programs.
Jill Asher is a seasoned public relations and social media strategist specializing in brand amplification, content creation, syndication partnerships, brand and blogger relations, community development, and corporate communications. Prior to joining the ROADURON team, Jill worked with many high profile technology companies including Appcelerator, Technorati Media, Houzz.com, and 23andMe.
In addition to her public relations and social media/new media background, Jill has been interviewed as a thought leader and luminary on NBC's Today Show, ABC's Good Morning America, Katie Couric CBS Evening News, and quoted on ABC.com, San Jose Mercury News, SF Gate, NJ Starl-Ledger, and many other high profile news publications.
Conrad B. Slater is not your typical Sound/ Video Engineer. With a diverse 30 year career in broadcasting, motion picture,
television and live programs, he brings to any production a wealth of experience balanced with a keen wit. Well organized, able to multitask, he copes easily with last minute changes.
Equally comfortable mixing sound on mega Motion Pictures such as Thailand’s Prommitr Productions The Legend of King Naresuan Parts I and II or The Legend of Suriyothai, (released in the
United States by Francis Ford Coppola) or intimate video productions such as BBC NEWS health and science documentries, Discovery Channel and Apple Computer.
Conrad has extensive world travel experience including the last seven years between the USA and Thailand on several award-winning projects. At home anywhere, Conrad likes work in diverse environments and conditions, be it snow, desert, jungle or even corporate.
Member: Cinema Audio Society (CAS), Digital Cinema Society (DCS), I.A.T.S.E. Local 16
I arrived in San Francisco in 1997 to study film and photography at Academy of Art University. Since then, I have pursued a constant stream of work in filmmaking—producing, directing, shooting, and editing. Having contributed to numerous diverse productions, including award-winning short/comedy/horror films, Saturday morning kids’ cartoons, video marketing packages, independent music videos, public service announcements for the city of San Francisco, and feature-length narrative and documentary films. I have worked as a freelance cameraman for HGTV’s Landscape Smart series, and as a producer, cameraman, and editor for the Water Channel’s Pulling In, a TV series about surfing.
Chris brings an artist's eye to the edit suite. He is also an accomplished shooter with a penchant for the hand held. He has worked for Scholastic Inc, Virgin Sound and Vision, Stanford University, Apple, HBO and many others.
Stanford Medicine X
Stanford Medicine X Crew
Stanford Medicine X Live Mixdown
We use the latest in Indie gear to produce film-like productions. We recently bought the Canon C300 based on reveiws like this.
Our first shoot with the C300 5D Mk III. The footage speaks for itself.
For running and gunning - we have a set of Sony EX 1s. Stripped down they are a perfect package for one camera operator or two.
Scotty McLennan's interview for his book release Jesus was a Liberal was shot on a pair of Sony EX1s with Letus adaptors, Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM and 24-70 F2.8L.
Fortunately the industry has been good to us with cameras like the C300 and 5D - we get great shots without having to trick up the Sonys. Our work for the C100 48 hours was shot primarily on a Canon 5D Mk II with 70-200 IS 2.8L.