I am also the webmaster and designer of the http://www.nywgcadets.org/ webpage. I've maintained that site now for roughly 3 years.
One of the things I play around with in my spare time is video editing. I have a few examples:
- Tamales: The Movie (16MB, Windows Media Player). Video produced based on Valarie making tamales with her grandmother, right before Thanksgiving, 2003. Music, in order of appearance, is: "Nothing But You (PVD Club Mix)" by Paul Van Dyk featuring Hemstock & Jennings; "In Too Deep" by JMJ & Flytronix; "Brother" by Toad the Wet Sprocket.
- Civil Air Patrol Drill Team Video. The link takes you to the first video I produced. This was for the NYWG Drill Team which won the National Championship in 2002. I was the co-lead trainer for the team that year, as well as part of 2003.
- Civil Air Patrol Encampment Video (full size) (lo-quality) (82MB and 12MB, respectively, Windows Media Player)
While I've documented plenty when at work, I can't publicly distribute that material. What I can show you, however, is the documentation that I've done for the Civil Air Patrol. These documents are used across the US, as the de-facto standard for the organization.
- Flight Commander's Handbook (1MB, PDF). A guide I wrote entirely myself for use by junior leaders (called Flight commanders, usually a group of 12-16 cadets) at summer encampments. This document has been adopted for use across the USA, and used by Texas and Minnesota in their Tactical Officer and Flight CC guides.
- National Encampment Training Manual (NETM). This was a project I worked on at the CAP National Headquarters in 1998. Although the document is intended to be an official publication of Civil Air Patrol, it awaits the final edit and approval of the National Board of CAP. This document is based on prior existing work (from California's ETM), although modified significantly. The document describes the encampment organization and philosophy and is used extensively in NY, MN, TX, NH, DE, VA, MD, MI, CO and CA. Many other states use portions of the document for their encampment process.
- By virtue of it's content, the whole Encampment Resource site is documentation. About half of the content is a Welsh House original.
I've DJ'ed for WRUR and WITR on and off over the last 6 or so years. They are the college radio stations for University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology, respectively. The theme is always constant: a electronica variety show. I play(ed) trance, goa, electro, house, jungle, jazz, downtempo and techno on the show.