Alexander C. Clark
104 Green St. Apt 101 Somersworth, NH 03878 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cell: (603) 205-0639
March to Present; U.S. Air force Public Affairs Specialist Assistant (E-5) Pease ANG Portsmouth, NH; 40 hours/week Supervisor: Tsgt Aaron Vezeau, (603) 430-2766; may contact
VIDEOGRAPHER. Directs and produces weekly commander internal communication videos; Films, video edits via Camtasia 3 and composes musical elements via Ableton live 9. Attends voluntary events and unit functions to capture military community involvement. Operates all equipment used for recording, production, distribution, and audiovisual products.
PHOTOGRAPHER. Performs creative photo shooting for the most energetic and emotional captions. Evaluates and gathers data on public reactions for communication campaigns. Makes use of photoshop to enhance photo visuals and image manipulation.
COMMUNICATION. Communicates through the use of social media and interpersonal relations.
November 2016 to Present; CEO of “Rival and Cadmium” Audio Engineering Company; home studio freelance; 6 hours/week; Supervisor: Alexander Clark (603) 205-0639
AUDIO ENGINEER. Balances and adjusts decibel levels with the use of equalization and compression in a mix down of an audio production. Masters final product by balancing elements in a stereo mix for professional playback ensuring uniformity and consistency.
MUSIC PRODUCER. Composes and creates multiple layers of chords and melodies. Records and edits all musical elements in a song crafted to fit the clients desire.
VOCAL PROCESSOR. Processes the sound of vocal recordings with the use of compression, equalization, high cut filters, and de-essing. Qualified for the use of radio broadcasting, streaming, video presentation, tutorials and song mixing.
BUSINESS MANAGER. Processes the business’s taxes and client invoices. Plans and schedules dates of start up projects and completions. Manages company’s profits and deductions on valued equipment. Manages equipment and software’s 100 percent capabilities.
January 2012 to Present; CEO of “Cadmium” Music Production; home studio freelance; 22 hours/week; Supervisor: Alexander Clark (603) 205-0639
MUSIC PRODUCER. Collaborates with foreign and domestic parties to compose full length music compositions. Sound designs fresh elements using modern virtual studio technologies like Massive, Serum, Sylenth, and Kontact. Practices all audio engineering of the company and distributes through labels such as Sony, NCS, Trap Nation, Frequency, Strange Fruits and Banana Music. Proficiently understands the use of Ableton Live 10 and 3rd party Plugins.
MUSICIAN. Understands the intermediate level of music theory and chord progression. Reads and understands drum composition and practices the use of piano and guitar.
NETWORKER. Connects with industry music labels and contacts for superior use of social platforms. Coordinates meetings and contract deals with bloggers, promoters and publishers for expanded reach of organic following.
BUSINESS MANAGER. Plans and schedules song release dates and promotional advertising. Manages profit investments in modern equipment and software updates. Handles company’s financial upkeep and all year taxes.
SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALIST. Manages Companies social media and streaming platforms across Youtube, Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.. Targets proper audience organically gaining over 20k YT subscribers, 500k monthly Spotify listeners, 2k FB followers, 2k IG followers. Pushed over 19.5m Spotify streams and 2.1m YT watch hours.
VIDEOGRAPHER. Produces and directs music videos/promotion films for company and prior project campaigns.
August 2011 to Present; U.S. Air force NCOIC of Aircraft Structural Maintenance (E-5) Pease ANG Portsmouth, NH; 40 hours/week; Supervisor: Tsgt Thomas Cline, (603) 430-2664; may contact
FABRICATION. Expansive knowledge on aircraft parts and fabrication equipment. Profound experience with the use of sheetmetal tools/hand tools. Ability to read repair specs and blue prints, fabricates parts or lines per sample, restores aircraft integrity and pressurization with flush/non flush repairs. Knowledgeable on printing, drawing and cutting decals with Gerber and Vinyl equipment. Maintains tool usage and upholds hardware bench stock from falling below 50%. Inspects aircraft for damage, dents, cracks, gouges and corrosion for the determination of repairs.
CORROSION CONTROL. Oversees corrosion control parts to include sanding plastic media blasting, alodine coating priming and painting. Inspects and removes corrosion in aluminum and steel structures preventing pitting, galvanic and inter granular destruction. Understands importance of work hazard safety by taking appropriate precautions and use of respirator and eye protection.
ADVANCE COMPOSITES. Comprehensive in the use of fiberglass, graphite and aramid structure repairs. Builds pressure bags to fortify fiberglass patches with the use of adhesives and heat.
SUPERVISOR. Guides and trains employees in the work place. Delegates and utilizes authority at the appropriate level. Rates on and determines end of year performance report for employers under supervision. Determines repair procedures and enforces the use of safety equipment.
Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA; 6 credit hours toward music production 2015
Community College of the Air Force, Maxwell-Gunter AFB, AL; 48 credit hours towards associates degree 2012-2018
COMPUTER PROFICIENCIES: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Camtasia 3, Ableton Live 10, Premier, Photoshop, Imovie, Monday app, Polymail, Adobe Bridge
Coordinated live sound system set up for unit events and commander messaging.
- ableton live
- audio engineer
- music producer
- social media