Arthur Aldrich works as an editor and videographer with more than 25 years of experience. His clients include major broadcast and cable networks, Fortune 500 companies, advertising agencies and independent production companies.
Art’s career began at the age of 16, when he was hired to produce a fund raising video for a local charity. Since that time, Art has won numerous awards for his skills in videography and editing. Over the course of his career he has produced over 500 local, regional, and national commercials, numerous corporate videos and broadcast pieces.
Art is a partner in a consulting company, OTEK TV, that specializes in Final Cut Pro editing, including system design, training, and support. Art himself, is certified as a Final Cut Pro instructor.
Art is a consultant to many large companies including Panasonic Broadcast, KPMG, Comcast, and the Iditarod Sled Dog Race.
Art has traveled the world using and teaching digital production workflows in use with Final Cut Pro.
In 2006, Art served as Director of Photography and Editor on the independent film Court Jesters, a paintball action film, which won Best Picture at the Action on Film festival. The film was shot on a Panasonic SDX900 camera and edited in Final Cut Pro.
One of Art’s more interesting assignments took him to Anchorage Alaska in 2007 with the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. Art was responsible for designing and deploying a P2/Final Cut Pro workflow to cover the 1200-mile race. It was the first time the race had video coverage from start to finish. Art has been back every year since to further refine their process.
In 2007, Art began a project for KPMG and their sponsorship with golf pro Phil Mickelson. The project involved producing a client experience video of their golf outing with Phil. A unique workflow was designed to manage edits for 36 golfers at each event.
Art lives in a suburb of New York with his wife and two sons.