KEVIN CLOUD BRECHNER
Director-Writer-Producer-Editor

Time River Productions
Box 70615
Pasadena, CA 91117-7615
Phone (626) 304-0080
timerivr@aol.com
http://www.timeriver.net

SHORT BIO

Kevin Cloud Brechner has experience in both film and television, with over 2500 film, television, theatre, radio, and music production credits, mostly as a director, writer, and/or producer. The genres have included dramas, comedies, live music concerts, talk shows, documentaries, pilots, sports, events, PSAs, commercials, and industrials. He has had experience directing single camera film and video, multi-camera television, and many live shows. He was a Production Manager overseeing two cable stations overseeing an average of 600 shows per year. He has experience in radio as a disc jockey, voice-over announcer, and in station management.

He also has a diverse background in both the arts and sciences. His specialties are the experimental analysis of social traps including the study of environmental resource management problems like species extinction, pollution, and over-harvesting, and the study of the flow of energy through human systems. In addition, he worked on a new methodology for animal experimentation called laboratory ethology, which combines the rigor of laboratory research, with generality of field observation.

He has published in many professional journals and has taught at several universities. For seven years, he worked transporting works of fine art for major museums and galleries. His own artwork has been displayed in many group shows. He spent three summers working for the Smithsonian Institution on archaeological excavations and surveys.


MOTION PICTURES:

Editor, The Dawes Commission, Live Action Short (38:53), Bob Hicks, Writer-Producer-Director, Sandra Denney, Producer, Mvskoke Entertainment LLC, 2014, Avid Media Composer. Accepted into the 2015 Oscars Live Action Shorts competition.
Director-Producer-Writer, What does Doo Dah mean to you, (feature documentary on the Doo Dah Parade), Time River Productions, 2012. World premiere August 18, 2012 at the Pasadena Museum of History. On exhibit in the museum from August 25, 2012 to January 13, 2013.
Producer-Director, The Cottontails at the Old Towne Pub, (concert documentary), 2011.
Actor (Lead - Sherman Thompson), under pseudonym M. P. Johnson, An American Romance, (Short), Naomi Mitsui-Barrett, Producer-Director, 2010.
Screenwriter, Century 22: The Birth of the BioBots, (science fiction feature screenplay about biotech brain implants, corporate wars, water, and love), 2010.
Audio Mixer, (under pseudonym Glenn Ryder) Walking on Turtle Island, short HD drama with Tantoo Cardinal and Saginaw Grant; Ian Skorodin, Director, 2008.
Director-Producer-Screenwriter, The Door, (short film about the thoughts going through the minds of hostages), (script completed, in preproduction, 2016)
Screenwriter, Thunder Rolling Through The Mountains, (feature screenplay about the Nez Perce War) in preparation, 2016.
Screenwriter, Lone Prairie (feature screenplay) with Riders In the Sky, major casting nearly complete, seeking financing, 2016.
Actor {Mutant) under pseudonym M. P. Johnson, Space Babes vs The Aliens, (aka The Low Budget Time Machine), with Patrick McNee. Kathe Duba, Director, Ed Plumb & Doodle Barnett Productions, 2002.
Production Assistant (uncredited), Never Trust A Serial Killer (feature), Juan Garza & Daniel Villareal, Producers, Juan Garza, Director, 1998.
Background Artist, Naturally Native, (feature), Valerie Red-Horse, Producer, 1997.
Director-Writer-CoProducer, The Lifeguard, with George Lopez, County of Los Angeles/Sierra Group, PSA, 1995.
Director-Director of Photography, Brothers After Six, Music video, Sue Kurvink, Producer, Crossroads Media, 1993.
Background Artist, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, CBS, 1994.
Screenwriter, The Adventures of Kingpin and Gladhands, feature screenplay, 1993.
Background Artist, Evening Shade, CBS, 1992.
Director of Photography, The Bang Bang, music video with Covert, Falco Entertainment, Gamal Smalley, Producer, 1991.
Assistant Director, The Trouble with Tonia, AFI funded dramatic short feature starring Lupe Ontiveros, Juan Garza, Director, 1990. Listed by the Aztlán Film Institute as one of the top 100 greatest American movies. (Noriega, Chon A. "Aztlán Film Institute's Top 100 List." Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, Vol. 23 (No. 2), Fall, 1998.)
Screenwriter, Yard Sale, feature screenplay, 1991.
Screenwriter, Victim of Fate, feature screenplay, 1990.
Director-Writer-CoProducer-Editor, Time River, 35 minute live action short film, Pasadena Premiere, 1987; Hollywood premiere at the Silent Movie Theatre, 1992.
Background Artist, Jaded, feature, Oja Kodar, Director; Gary Graver, Producer, 1988.
Producer-Director, Hotel Carver Frolics, short film, 198l.
Producer-Director-Editor, The Attack of the Siamese Fighting Fish, 1981. film.
Screenwriter, Turn of the Century, science fiction feature screenplay, 1980.
Producer-Director, The Computer is Confused, short film, 1979.
Stage Door Page, The New Dick Van Dyke Show, CBS, 1972-73.
Actor (Cineaste), The Other Side of the Wind (feature), with John Huston, Peter Bogdanovich, and Susan Strasberg, Orson Welles, Producer-Director, 1973.
Film Studio Tourguide, Southwestern Studios, Carefree, Arizona, 1972-3.
Production Associate, The Behavioral Control of Dysfluency, M & M Productions, Lee Meyerson, Producer-Director, 1973.
Nagra Operator, Paolo Soleri, Art-in-America Series film, National Educational Television, Dorrit Cox Producer-Director, 1971.

 

TELEVISION:

FEATURE LENGTH:

Lighting Director, Fifty-fifth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California. Live event and simulcast television program from the Crowne Ballroom of Crowne Plaza Hotel, Commerce Casino, on Landmark Television, Channel 12 and streamed to the internet, March 14, 2015.
Camera Operator, Lift Up America, hosted by Wilmer Valderrama (That '70s Show) with Rob Morrow (Numb3rs, Northern Exposure), Spencer Tillman (CBS Sports), Mario Lopez (Extra), Lauren Potter (Glee), Ashton Smith (The Voice of Hollywood), Matt Buyten (X-Games), Tyler James Williams (Everybody Hates Chris) and Josie Loren (Make It or Break It), produced by Eric and Jodi Hannah, Producer Beth Leyden, director Darryll Leyden, October 18, 2013.
Director, Dawn Hope Stevens: Connector of the Dots! Invited address, TriCommunity School of Photography, 2013.
Producer-Director, Doo Dah Deconstructed. Panel Discussion about the 35 years of the Doo Dah Parade, hosted by Brad Macneil, with Denise Lawrence-Zuniga, Sue Mossman, Tom Coston, Peter Wilson, Ann Erdman, & Snotty Scotty Finnell. Pasadena Museum of History, Nov. 8, 2012.
Director-Editor, In Loving Memory of Cynthia Myers, Playboy's Miss December, 1968, Hosted and Produced by Victoria Valentino, 2012. Final Cut Pro.
Director-Camera Operator, Maxon Roadhouse #20 Blues Festival, with music by Jumpin Jack Benny Band, Stony B Blues, The Scorch Sisters, event videography, Lorey Maurer and Gene Carlson, Producers, September 10, 2011.
Audio Mixer, 3rd Annual Pasadena Marathon, Tami and Chavel DeVine, Executive Producers., February 21, 2010, Live multi-camera coverage using wireless video and sound via Skype.
Producer-Director, The Cottontails at the Old Towne Pub, concert video, 2011.
Camera Operator, 2nd Annual Pasadena Marathon, Tami and Chavel DeVine, Executive Producers., February 21, 2010, Live multi-camera coverage using wireless video and sound via Skype.
Camera Operator, 1st Annual Pasadena Marathon, Tami and Chavel DeVine, Executive Producers, February, 2009, Live multi-camera coverage using wireless video and sound via LiveStream.
Camera Operator, Candidates Forum, Darryl Leyden, Producer-Director, Land Mark TV, Channel 55, Commerce, CA, October 1, 2008 .
Camera Operator, Vigil against Vernon Power Plant (live), Darryl Leyden, Producer-Director, Land Mark TV, Channel 55, Commerce, CA, September 30, 2008 .
Producer-Director, The Turkey Tussle, high school football rivalry from the Rose Bowl, telecast on KLRN-TV and PCAC Channel 56, November, 2007.
Producer-Director, Suzuki String Group Concert, Pasadena Conservatory of Music, June 11, 2007.
Co-Producer-Director, "Live Election Coverage," KPAS-TV, Pasadena, CA, March 6, 2007. Three hour live telecast from Pasadena Civic Center.
Producer-Director-Camera
, Chinese Lunar New Year Parade and Festival, 2007. PCAC, Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Camera Operator, Baseball Reliquary Shrine of the Eternals Induction Ceremonies, Terry & Mary Cannon Producers, Nancy Hotaling, Director, 1999-2013.
Producer-Director, Looking Toward the Future, Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address. Live on KPAS-TV via microwave links, January, 2007.
Director-Camera, A Festschrift in Honor of Professor James R. Beniger, for USC Annenberg School for Communication, Geoffrey Baum and Giovanna Carrera, Producers, May 21, 2005. Statements and remembrances by collegues and students honoring Professor Beniger, followed by a tour of the Annenberg School by Dean Geoffrey Cowan, and concluding with a short interview with Dr. Beninger.
Director-Camera, Baseball Reliquary Comedy Benefit 2005, at The Hollywood Improv, hosted by Tom Tully and Jack Riley, March 29, 2005, with Fred Willard, George Wendt, John Mendoza, Wayne Federman, Andy Kindler, Greg Proops, Dom Irrera, John Caponera, Paul Willson. Terry Cannon & Nancy Hotaling, Producers.
Producer-Director, 2005 Election Coverage (Live via satellite), KPAS-TV Channel 55, Pasadena. Local election night coverage with Barry Gordon and Larry Wilson, editor of the Pasadena Star-News, March 8, 2005.
Director-Camera, LEGACIES: Baseball from Flatbush to the City of Angels. Benefit for the Baseball Reliquary, August 15, 2004, hosted by Elayne Boosler, with Culture Clash, Heather Woodbury, Sue Raney & Carmen Fanzone, Byron Motley, Ross Altman, Nancy Bea Hefley, and Dan Kwong.
Director-Camera,
An All-Star Evening of Baseball & Political Comedy, hosted by Jack Riley, at The Ice House, to benefit the Baseball Reliquary, March 31, 2004, featuring Hamilton Camp, John Caponera, Ed Crasnick, Ed Driscoll, Wayne Federman, Andy Kindler, John Mendoza, Greg Proops, Tom Tully, George Wendt, and the art of peanut tossing by baseball's legendary "Peanut Man," Roger Owens. Terry Cannon & Nancy Hotaling, Producers.
Producer-Director, Whither Pasadena: A Symposium on Growth & Development, (2:43:30), PCC Education Center, June 5, 2004, KPAS-TV, City of Pasadena.
Producer-Director, A Culture of Creativity, Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address, Live on KPAS-TV Channel 55 from Art Center College of Design South Campus, City of Pasadena, 2004.
Producer-Director, Concerts in the Park, Live-to-tape concert series.
2 concerts 2003 with Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps and Renee Olstead.
2 concerts 2004 with Freddie Ravel and Karavan Dance Studio.
Producer-Director-Camera, How to Live Without Fear at Doo Dah 27. (2:05:10), documentary of the 27th Occasional Doo Dah Parade, November 23, 2003, aired on Channel 56, Pasadena, 2003.
Director-Camera, Sonic Gallery 2. Presented by NewTown, with experimental composers/musicians Eric Barber, Ellen Burr, Vinny Golia, woodwinds; G.E. Stinson & The Mystery, guitars; Tom Recchion & Mark Trayle, mechanoelectronics; Arthur Jarvinen & Jack Vees, the lower things; and Alex Cline, percussion, The Forum at All Saints Church, April 5, 2003. Large screen video art projection and documentation of live music performance.
Director-Camera, Ice House Comedy Benefit 2, hosted by George Wendt and Jack Riley, for the Baseball Reliquary, with John Mendoza, Thom Sharp, Bonnie McFarlane, Wayne Federman, Andy Kindler, Ed Driscoll, Tom Tully, Paul Willson, Ed Crasnick, and the art of peanut tossing by baseball's legendary "Peanut Man," Roger Owens. Terry Cannon & Nancy Hotaling, Producers, 2003.
Producer-Director, Return of the Doo Dah, (2:00:20) Documentary of the 26th Occasional Doo Dah Parade, November 24, 2002, aired on Channel 56, Pasadena, 2002.
Producer-Director, Pasadena City Election Returns Coverage with Barry Gordon, Ann Erdman & Rachel Parker, Live telecast, KPAS-TV Channel 55, March, 2003.
Director-Camera, Ice House Comedy Benefit, hosted by Gary Owens, with Fred Willard, Jack Riley, Jay Johnstone, Paul Willson, Ronnie Schell, Tom Tully, Thom Sharp, et. al., for the Baseball Reliquary, Terry Cannon & Nancy Hotaling, Producers, 2002.
Producer-Director, Pasadena City Election Returns Coverage with Larry Mantle, Live telecast, KPAS-TV Channel 55, March 20 and April 17, 2001.
Audio Boom Operator, Vampire Hunters Club with John Agar, Bob Burns, & Dan Roebuck, Ed Plumb & Doodle Barnett Productions, 2000.
Producer-Director-Editor, The James Christie Wagner Memorial, documentary, PCAC, 1998.
Producer-Director, The Winnipeg Folk Festival, documentary, PCAC, 1997.
Director, A Conversation with Walter Cronkite, Caltech Public Events 1996.
Director-Editor, Second Pasadena Coming Together, documentary, PCAC, 1996.
Director-Editor, 14th Annual Black History Parade, PCAC, 1996.
Director, Peace Jam Concert with Ice-T, Ice Cube, Coolio, Mac 10, Salt-N-Pepa, & Wu Tang Clan, Los Angeles Sports Arena, Gamal Smalley, Producer, Sykes One Entertainment, 1995.
Director, Kirk Whalum Benefit Concert, with George Duke, Bob James, & Teresa James, Producer Hamp Morris, Jr., Hampton Road Entertainment, 1995.
Director, Alzheimer's Disease with Shelley Fabares, California Institute of Technology, 1995.
Director, Science and Media with Jess Marlowe, California Institute of Technology, 1995.
Director-Editor, 13th Annual Black History Parade, PCAC, 1995.
Producer-Director-Editor, Yard Sale: A Staged Reading, PCAC, 90 minutes, 1994.
Director-Editor, 12th Annual Black History Parade, PCAC, 108 minutes, 1994.
Director-Editor, Pasadena Coming Together, (documentary), PCAC, 118 minutes, 1993.
Director-Editor, 11th Annual Black History Parade, PCAC, 1993.
Producer-Director, Woven Sculpture, (documentary), 90 minutes, 1991.
ENG Audio-Video Tape Operator, Lotus Festival, City of Los Angeles Telecommunications, Robin Gee, Producer, 1991.
Producer-Director, 14 Doo Dah at Backwards Walking, (documentary) 118 minutes, Time River Productions, PCAC, 1990.
Director, Colorado Boulevard, (Night before the 100th Rose Parade), 100 minutes, Producer Jeff Happ, PCAC 56, 1989.
Producer-Director, The Twelfth Occasional Doo Dah Parade Television Party, (documentary), PCAC, 118 minutes, 1989.
Producer-Director-Editor-Writer-Matte Painter, The Planet Elpoep, (science fiction drama) 70 minutes, Time River Productions, 1988.
Director, The First Annual Chicano Music Awards: Airwaves for Atzlan, 1988, PCAC live simulcast with KPCC-FM.
Director, Livelystone Gospel Show Television Special, 2 hours, 1988.
Director (16 programs), High School Football Game of the Week, (Live), 1989, 1991, PCAC Channel 56 Pasadena.
Director, (8 programs) High School Basketball Game of the Week, 1989, PCAC Channel 56 Pasadena.
Producer-Director-Camera, Hotel Carver, hosted by Gail Stephenson, video documentary, 120 minutes, 1982.

 

HOUR PROGRAMS:

Audio Mixer-Video Recorder, The Real Miyagi, with karate grandmaster Fumio Demura, Lilia F. Gaspar, Producer-Director, for Kenjutsuryu Karate Federation Foundation, 2014.
Director - Editor, Looking For A Fancy Dancer, Harrison Lowe and Chuck Marshall, Producers, produced in association with the American Indian Cable Network, Pasadena Community Network, & Time River Productions, 2012. Winner of Second Place in the documentary category at the Creek Nation Film Festival, 2012.
Director-Camera-Editor, Patriotic Pitch: The Empire of Baseball. Documentation of exhibition, Terry Cannon, Producer for The Baseball Reliquary, August, 2011.
Lighting Design -Video Projection, I Gotta Go: A Comical Dance Parody. Sue B. Dance Company, June 25-26, 2011.
Producer-Director-Camera Operator, Piano Master Class with Royal Philharmonic pianist Howard Shelley, Pasadena Conservatory of Music, Beverly LaFontaine, executive Producer, 2010.
Producer-Director-Camera Operator, Chamber Music Master Class with the Harlem String Quartet, Pasadena Conservatory of Music, Beverly LaFontaine, executive Producer, 2009.
Producer-Director-Camera Operator, Violin Master Class with the Martin Chalifour (Concertmaster, L.A. Philharmonic Orchestra), Pasadena Conservatory of Music, Beverly LaFontaine, executive Producer, 2008.
Camera Operator, Candidate Forum,, Landmark Television, Channel 12, Commerce, CA, Darryl Leyden, Producer-Director, 2008.
Director, Talk About Parenting, (Live call-in program), PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, CA, Shirlee Smith, Producer/Host (1 show), 2008.
Producer-Director, Vital Connections, Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's 2008 State of the Union Address from the Rose Bowl, January 17, 2008.
Director, NewsRap, (Live call-in program), PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, CA:
Produced and Hosted by Andre Coleman, (1 show), 2007.
Produced and Hosted by Stuart Johnson (1 show), 2007
Produced and Hosted by Barry Gordon (2 shows), 2006.
Director, (1 show) Malika's World of Beauty, Health, & Fitness, (Talk show), Malika Hendry, Producer/Host, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, CA, 2007.
Lighting Director {under pseudonym Sol Luxor), Shushybye Dream Band Live On Tour, direct to DVD children's video, Allan Muir, Director; David Corbett, Producer; and Steve Syatt, Executive Producer, Shushybye Company, 2005 (also listed under theatre productions).
Director-Producer, One City, One Story, with author Leif Enger (Peace Like A River) , KPAS-TV, Channel 55, Pasadena, 2003.
Producer-Director-Camera, Return of the Doo Dah. Documentary of the 26th Occasional Doo Dah Parade, Aired on Channel 56, Pasadena, 2002.
Producer-Director, Visibly Pasadena: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address, Live via satellite telecast on KPAS-TV from Ramo Auditorium, Caltech, City of Pasadena, 2003.
Director-Co-Producer, One City, One Story, with Larry Mantle, Amber Lee, and author Mark Salzman (The Soloist), KPAS-TV, Channel 55 Pasadena, 2002.
Producer-Director, A Time Like No Other: 2002 State of the City of Address, Live telecast KPAS-TV, City of Pasadena Public Affairs, January 17, 2002 from the Auditorium of Huntington Hospital. The pre-recorded feature video won 3rd Place in the 2002 NATOA Programming Awards in the category Public Affairs.
Director-Camera, Middle East Perspectives with LA Times' Robin Wright, USC Annenberg Auditorium, for Los Angeles Channel 36, January 28, 2002.
Director, Los Angeles Council District Candidates Debate, Susan Porter, Executive Producer, Los Angeles Channel 36, 2001.
Director-Camera, Rockne Krebs Laser Art Installation, Linda Centell, Producer, Exhibit documentation for The Armory Center For the Arts, Pasadena, 2001.
Producer-Director, Embracing The Future: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address 2001, telecast from the Auditorium of the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, KPAS-TV, January 18, 2001.
Producer-Director, 2000 State of the City of Address, Live KPAS-TV telecast from the Pasadena Convention Center, City of Pasadena Public Affairs, January 20, 2000.
Director-Editor, Memorial Tribute to Elbert J. Dyson, documentary, PCAC, 2000.
Director, A Tribute To Geronimo Pratt, hosted by William Paparian & Don Wheldon, Producers Joe Carbonetta & and Elbert J. Dyson, PCAC Channel 56, 1999 (?).
Director-CoProducer, Asian Pacific Dialogue: Grace Nicholson (documentary) Pacific Asia Museum, 1998.
Executive Producer-Director-Writer, Lodibar (comedy) with Tora Bey, Brandilyn M. Amie & Julie Briggs, Gary Brussell, Georgina Lightning, Karen Gracey, and others, Time River Productions, 1998. Winner, Honorable Mention: Best shows in the 25 Years of Public Access, National Hometown Video Awards, 2001.
Camera Operator/Utility/ISO Switcher, Santa Monica Pier Twilight Dance Concert Series, Santa Monica City TV, 1998 - 2008:
5 concerts 1998 with Bo Diddley, Buck Owens, Sugarhill Gang, Koko Taylor, Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps, Otzomatli, 1998.
4 concerts, 1999 with Venice/James Taylor, Burning Spear, Beausoliel, and Bamboleo.
4 concerts, 2000 with Dick Dale & the Deltones, with the Red Elvises, Quicksilver & Robby Krieger/John Densmore of The Doors, Sonia Dada & The Zoo People, Culture & Mongoose.
5 concerts 2001 with Michele Shocked, Common Sense, Trans-Global Underground, Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Swing, Lagbaja, Reverend Horton Heat, and Ozomatli.
5 concerts 2002 with Shuggie Otis, The Brothers Johnson, Eileen Ivers Band, Brother, Rachid Taha, Natacha Atlas, Delbert McClinton, Teresa James & the Rhythm Tramps, and Jefferson Starship.
5 concerts 2003 with Willie K and Amy Hanaiali'i, The Aftro Celts and Electric Skychurch, Dark Star Orchestra (Grateful Dead reenactment), Odara and Susie Hansen Latin Jazz Band, The Platters and Billy Richards' Coasters.
5 concerts 2004 with Fishbone, The Bonedaddys, Les Yeux Noirs, Quetzal, Andrea Echeverri, Ely Guerra, Blackalicious, Benny Cassette, Clarence Clemons, Gravity.
5 concerts 2005 with Easy Star Allstars, Detour Posse, Tinariwen (Music of Mali), Ramatou Diakite, Susanne Vega, Marc Cohn, Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band, Shonen Knife, and The Knack.
6 concerts 2006 with Legendary Folk Rock: The Indigo Girls, Michelle Malone, and Vonda Shepherd, L.A. Reggae: the Aggrolites, Joey Altruda's Classic Riddims and Chris Murray Combo, African pop & traditional music: Salif Keita and Ashley Maher & Her Big Global Band, Chilean super group: Inti-illimani, The Sound of India, today: Kiran Ahluwalia with DJ Didjital, Eccodek and visuals by Amanda Boggs, Dawg music and gypsy jazz: David Grisman, Stephane Wrembel and Brandi Shearer.
4 concerts 2007 with Plena Libre, Spam Allstars,, Samba Mapangala, Orchestra Virunga, Jose Conde y Ola Fresca, "Tosh meets Marley" with Fully Fullwood and Junior Marvin, Holmes Brothers and Carrie Rodriguez
3 concerts 2008 with "One Hawai'I" with Keali'I Reichel, Na Leo, Weldon Kekauoha & Hula Halau; Bachata Roja Legends, Classic Dominican Music Icons; Michelle Shocked and Mike Farris.
Director, Jennifer Moon, Works from 1993 to 1996, produced by Jennifer Moon, 1995, Zone 11/12 Video Art, PCAC.
Video Director, Painter, by Paul McCarthy, Museum of Modern Art, NYC, 1995. Exhibited at L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art, 2000-2001, Tate Liverpool, 2001-2002, and New Museum of Contemporary Art, SOHO, New York City, 2000.
Producer-Director, One Woman Wise with Phyllis Applegate, 1995.
Producer-Director
, This Little Light of Mine with Tony Award winner, Virginia Capers-Lafayette Players, 1995.
Director,
Dee Dee MacNeill Concert, Dee Dee MacNeill, Producer, 1995.
Director, Cornelia MacDonald One Woman Show, (Drama), Jeff Happ, Producer, 1994.
Director, League of Women Voters, Producers Ruth H. Gouedy & Sally Hoover, (Live & tape), 1989, 1991, 1993-1994.
Director, Pulse: The Sierra Club, (Live), Nancy Hotaling, Producer, 1993.
Director, Animal Time (Live), (35 Programs) Pasadena Humane Society, Alicia Goddard, Elizabeth Stelow, Sandy DeMarco, Producers, 1993-8.
Director, Educational Summits I, II, & III, Pasadena Unified School District, Vera Vignes, Executive Producer, 1992-93.
Director-Co-Producer, Nancy Buchanan, Paul McCarthy, May 3, 1992, (documentary), 59:40, Zone 11/12 Video Art Group, PCAC, 1992.
Director, Bossy Burger, Video documentation of performance artist Paul McCarthy, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, 1991. Exhibited at L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art, 2000-2001, Tate Liverpool, 2001-2002, and New Museum of Contemporary Art, SOHO, NYC, 2000.
Director, Round Table: How to Create a Non-Violent Community, (November 30, 1991,58:53), Producer Christle Balvin, aired on PCAC Channel 56, 1991.
Director, (4 programs), On the Edge, (Live), LLB Productions, 1990-91.
Lighting Design-Camera, Lawyers, Guns, and Money, (Drama), Campo Productions, 1991.
Director, Black Youth of Tomorrow Today. (Drama), Doris Leonard Productions, 1990.
Producer-Director, I Was a Teenage Werewolf at the Thirteenth Occasional Doo Dah Parade, (Documentary), PCAC 56, 1989.
Director, (24 programs), As We Speak, (Live), Producer Gerda Govine Steele, G.G. Steele Media Consulting, 1988-1997.
Director, (18 programs), Explorations of the Unknown, (Live), Producer, LLB Productions, 1988-1991.
Director, (86 programs), Answers, (Live), Producer Freda Lindsay, LLB Productions, 1991-2002.
Director, (54 programs), Message to the Grassroots, (Live), Michael Zinzun Productions, Producer Nancy Buchanan, 1989-1998. Surviving programs archived at the Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research, Los Angeles.
Director, Urban League/Chamber Luncheon Close-up, PCAC Channel 56, Producer Sue Kurvink, June 13, 1989.
Director, Hope For The Children, on teenage suicide, Susan Darley, Producer, 1988.
Director, Visions Of Peace, Sara L. Prince, Producer, 1990.

 

HALF HOUR PROGRAMS:

Audio Mixer, (3 programs) Choices, with Dorothea Bradley, Marion Cathcart, Producer, Donald Briggs, Director, 2015-2016. The Arroyo Channel 32, Pasadena.
Camera-Audio-Lighting, The Charlie Hill Memorial Award for top entertainer of 2014 Keith Secola, at the National Indian Gaming Association Trade Fair, San Diego, CA for the American Indian Cable Network,, Chuck Marshall, producer. 2015
Stage Manager-Camera Operator, American Indian Cable Network, two studio shows, Chuck Marshall, producer, 2015.
Producer-Director, Music Live! featuring Leslie & The Nielsons. Time River Productions, 2012.
Producer-Writer-Director, The Truth About Thanksgiving. (22:00), Time River Productions. 2010. Over 181,000 hits on YouTube.
Audio Mixer, (as Glenn Ryder) Hip 2 Focus, The Arroyo Channel 32, Pasadena, Lilia Gaspar, Director, 2010 .
Producer-Director, Music Live! With Leslie and The Neilsons, (live concert), Time River Productions, 2009.
Producer-Director-Co-Writer (with Charlie Hill), Award Show Highlights (comedy), starring Charlie Hill, Delanna Studi, Saginaw Grant, J.R. Redwater, Elena Finney, Jennifer Bobiwash, Max Gail, Sue Nation, and Arigon Starr, Time River Productions, 2009.
Director, (32 programs) American Indian Cable Network, Chuck Marshall, Producer, with guests Tim Sampson, Arigon Starr, Julia Jones, Carlos Reynosa, Georgina Lightning, Kateri Walker, Jhane Myers, Elaine Meyers, and others, 2004-2013.
Editor, Mimi Margo-go's Tips For Saving Water, Margaret Cole, Producer/Actress, video art/drama presented as part of a larger event by the same title, Café 322, Sierra Madre, CA, October 14, 2008.
Lighting Consultant, Re-lit talk show set, Thuong U, Producer-Director, SupremeMasterTV, satellite network, South El Monte, CA, September, 2008 .
Director, Voyages (2 pilot episodes) Maria Ganea, Producer/Host, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Director, Literary Speak, (2 pilot episodes) C. Debra Thomas, Producer/Host, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Director, The Conner Bubble, (4 episodes) Joe Conner, Producer/Host, Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Director, Under Our Skin, (2 episodes) Victoria Valentino (former Playboy Playmate centerfold), Producer/Host, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Producer-Director, Music Live! "Shamisen," Musical performance by and interviews with master Japanese shamisen players (In English and Japanese), PCAC, 2005.
Director-Co-Producer, (42 Programs), City Beat with Barry Gordon or Ann Erdman, KPAS-TV Channel 55, Pasadena, 2002-2008. Mr. Gordon is the former President of the Screen Actors Guild.
Director-Co-Producer, (6 Programs), City Beat with Larry Mantle, KPAS-TV Channel 55, Pasadena, 2001.
Director, The Stanley Dyrector Show, 3 programs on the surviving Hollywood blacklisted writers, Susan Porter, Executive Producer, LA36, Los Angeles Channel 36. Each program was chosen as a WAVE Award Finalist in 2001 (Part 1) and 2002 (Parts 2 & 3), Talk/Issues, Professional Category. Programs archived by Writers Guild of America, West.
Director, Close-up on the Arts, Produced by Marsia Alexander-Clarke, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2001.
Director, My View, (9 programs) Producer, Dr. Charles E. Clay, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2001-2007.
Director, Cult Movies TV, (8 programs) Hosted by Buddy Barnett & Mike Copner, with Marta Dobrovitz, James Keane, John Lazar, Yvette Vickers, et al. Producers Kathe Duba, Buddy Barnett, & Mike Copner. Distributed by Alpha New Cinema/Oldies.com.
Director, Non-Profit Profiles (30 programs), with Rosie Lee Hooks, Producer, Robin Gee, CITY-TV, Santa Monica, 1998-99.
Director, Pechanga Nation 4th of July Pow Wow, (documentary), with Saginaw Grant. Amerind Entertainment Group, Sonny Skyhawk, Producer, 1997.
Director, (3 programs) Native America Today, Producers Chuck Marshall & Sonny Skyhawk, 1997.
Director, Inside Moments (drama), Producer, Tora Bey, 1997.
Director, Lest We Forget (drama), Producer, Tora Bey, 1996.
Director, Mama...Mama (drama), Producer, Tora Bey, 1996.
Director-Co-Producer-Co-writer, Decoupage! 2000, with Summer Caprice, Jennifer Moon, L7, Karen Black, Exene Cervenkova, 1997. Selected for 1998 L.A. Freewaves Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Selected for American Cinemateque Festival, Hollywood, 1998.
Director-Co-Producer, Asian Pacific Dialogue, (11 programs), Time River Productions for the Pacific Asia Museum, 1992-98.
Producer-Director, Magic With Tyler, (magic show), Time River Productions, PCAC,1995.
Director, (8 Programs) LIVstyles, LIV Center for the Disabled, Crown Cable, 1993-4.
Director, Las Vistas de Pasadena, [2 episodes: "Photo Inserts," March 25, 1992, and Show #17 "Maria de Los Angeles Marquez de Enrique" (29:33)], Producer Katherine Padilla, aired on PCAC Channel 56, 1992.
Producer-Director, Rhapsody in Space-Time, (video art), Time River Productions, 1991.
Director-Editor, Latino Filmmakers: Moctezuma Esparza & Ramon Menendez, Producer-Host Lynda Martinez, PCAC Channel 56, 1991.
Director
, Jungle Doctor, (video art) with performance artist Paul McCarthy, 1991.
Director, (7 programs), Decoupage! with Summer Caprice, with guests Fred Willard, Redd Kross, Ann Magnuson, Phranc, Susan Terrell, Julee Cruise, Vaginal Creme Davis, Perpetua, Chris Gore, et al., 1989-1991. Winner of the 1991 National Hometown Video Awards for the Most Innovative Program & the Most Innovative Series.
Director, Art Fein's Poker Party, (#247) with musical guest Shuggie Otis Band, 1990.
Director, Working Bodies, (3 programs), Wanda Nelson, Producer, 1991-1992.
Director-Editor, What's Bubbling Underground?, (16 programs), magazine format arts & culture program. Marilyn McConnie Producer-Host, PCAC and Charter Cable Los Angeles, 1988-1990. One episode archived at the J.Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
Director-Editor, Musicpeople (50 programs), Producer Hamp Morris, Hampton Road Entertainment, 1989-1999.
Director-Editor, Subterranean Sounds, (10 programs), with Babylonian Tiles, Spiderbaby, Ultraviolet Eye, Cecilia ± & Angel of the Odd, Pendu Femelle, Mommygod, Christie McCool, Sativa Luv Box, and Brad Frost. Tim Kummerow Productions, PCAC 56, 1988-93.
Director, (3 programs), Visions in Gospel, Doris Leonard Productions, PCAC 56, 1988-89.
Producer-Director, Music Live!, (10 programs), with Victor Banana, Snotty Scotty & The Hankies, Mercy & The Unknown Maracas, 8-Ball Blaine, The Eastwoods, Caltech Jazz Band, The Mystery Band, Time River Productions, PCAC 56, 1987-92.
Technical Director-Make-up-Lighting, Asian Pacific Dialogue, (7 shows), with Golden Globe winning Actress Nancy Kwan (The World of Suzie Wong, Flower Drum Song), Pacific Asia Museum, PCAC 56, 1990-91.
Producer-Director-Editor, 8 Pasadena Artists, Time River Productions, PCAC 56, 1989.
Producer-Director-Editor, Art Live!, (Documentary) Time River Productions, 1989.
Background Artist, Superior Court, (syndicated TV Series), Ralph Edwards/Stu Billett Productions, 1988.
Director-Editor, Watercolours, Dianne Wohlleben, Producer, PCAC Channel 56, 1988.
Director, Innovative Magic, with Richard Burr, Producers Dianne Wohlleben & Richard Burr, PCAC Channel 56, November, 1988.
Director, Introduction to Magick, one in series, Nelson & Anne White, Producers, PCAC Channel 56, 1988.
Stage Manager-Makeup Artist, Age is the Rage, Placement Center for Older Workers Pasadena City College, Producers, Zia Iampietro, Director, 1988.
Camera Operator, Field Maintenance on the Marklift 64 Foot Boom Lift, Industrial, Make Magic Productions, Deborah Campbell, Producer, 1989.
Make-up Artist, P. C. C. Recruitment Video, Pasadena City College, Zia Iampietro, Director, 1989.

 

PILOTS AND PILOT PRESENTATIONS:

Director, Voyages (2 pilot episodes) Maria Ganea, Producer/Host, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Director, Literary Speak, (2 pilot episodes) C. Debra Thomas, Producer/Host, PCAC Channel 56, Pasadena, 2007.
Director, (Pilot, 14:19) Mathematics in a Different Light, produced & hosted by Mike Bonner for Pasadena City College teleseries, September 7, 1999.
Executive Producer-Director-Writer, Lodibar, comedy, 1998. Awarded Honorable Mention in the National Hometown Video Awards category Best Access Programs in the Past 25 years, 2001.
Director, Livia Live, comedy, Livia Squires Productions, 1996.
Associate Director, Women Don't Die with Tony Award Winner, Virginia Capers, Deb Halberstadt, Director, HalfCity Productions, 1994.
Director, Cafe Inferno, sitcom, Doug Montoya Productions, 1991.
Director, Our Most Precious Resource, public affairs talk show, Dana Clark Productions, 1990.
Director, Decoupage with Summer Caprice, comedy talk show, Duba-Noland/Roose Productions, 1989.
Director-Editor-Matte Painter, Two Guys From Space, Starbase Productions, 1989.
Audio Mixer, Crow Hollow, (6 pilot episodes), Gothic soap opera, Darrell Sandeen, Producer, Sandeen Productions, 1989.
Announcer-Special Effects Camera, The World of Albert Ash, skitcom, Mark Avila, Director, Mark Bark Productions, 1988.
Co-Director of Photography-Co-Editor, Steppingstones, soap opera, Gamal Smalley, Producer-Director, Lamag Productions, 1989.
Page, Foursome, (Two Pilots), Hosted by Hugh Downs, with Janet Leigh, Robert Culp, Joanne Whorley, & Arte Johnson, Hugh Downs, Producer, 1973.

 

SHORTS:

 

Producer-Director, Santa Anita Wash Oak Grove Threatened. It had over 2250 hits on YouTube its first week and a half, 2011.
Producer-Director, Blues Straight Up. Maxson Roadhouse Blues Festival, Los Angeles, Gene Carlson LA Blues Society, Executive Producer. 2010.
Producer-Director-Writer, The Longest Walk Through Hollywood, starring Charlie Hill, Kateri Walker, Sue Maralit and Arigon Starr, 2009. Selected for exhibition at the 2009 Los Angeles SkinsFest, a festival of Native American films, shown at the Autry National Center, November 22, 2009.
Director, R.E.A.P. Program, PSA for LA City Housing Department Grant Application, Ana McBride, Producer, 2009.
Editor,
The Baseball Reliquary Artistic Documentation, 2008, promo video, Terry and Mary Cannon Producers, Nancy Hotaling, Director, 2008.
Producer-Director-Editor, The American Indian National Center for Television and Film, promo video, Jhane Myers, Executive Producer, Jonna Winnicki, Producer, 2008.
Cinematographer-Editor, The Philanthropic Foundation of Pasadena, promo video, The Pasadena Community Foundation/Hintz & Balvin Communications, Christle Balvin Producer-Director, 2008.
Producer-Director, Fireworks PSA, Joint Police & Fire Departments with Chiefs Bernard K. Melekian & Dennis Downs, City of Pasadena, KPAS-TV Channel 55, June 2007.
Producer-Director, Waterworks: Pasadena's Water Master Plan, City of Pasadena Department of Water & Power, KPAS-TV, 2003.
Producer-Director, Visibly Pasadena: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address, roll-in for live KPAS-TV telecast, City of Pasadena, 2003.
Producer-Director Protecting Mature Trees on Private Property, (11:00) City of Pasadena Department of Parks and Natural Resources, May 27, 2003, aired on KPAS-TV, 2003.
Producer-Writer-Director-Editor (Avid MC), Howard Whalen. Short biography of the sculptor-actor, prepared for the Howard Whalen Sculpture Garden, Sierra Madre, California, 2002.
Director, Vote 2002: Meet The Candidates, Joint production of Santa Monica City TV, KPAS-TV 55, Los Angeles 36, and the Center for Democratic Action. Besides being telecast on 3 Los Angeles area cable TV stations, it was the world's first video-on-demand, political campaign analysis, on Altrio Cable, 2002.
Producer-Director, A Time Like No Other: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address, KPAS-TV, City of Pasadena, 2002. 3rd Place Winner in the 2002 NATOA Programming Awards in the category Public Affairs.
Producer-Director, Pasadena City Jail Inmate Orientation Video, City of Pasadena Police Department, 2002.
Producer-Director, Mayor's Message to New Teachers, Pasadena's Mayor Bill Bogaard, KLRN-TV, 2002.
Producer-Director, City Hall Story, documentary about the historic Pasadena City Hall, 2002. KPAS-TV, 3rd Place Winner in the 2002 NATOA Programming Awards in the category Public Affairs.
Producer-Director, Planning For The Future, informational video for Pasadena Police Department, 2000.
Director, Horse At The Movies, Video feature with actor Michael Horse presented at the 8th Annual First Americans in the Arts Awards, Century City, Bob Hicks, Producer, 2000.
Producer-Director, Embracing The Future: Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard's State of the City Address, roll-in for KPAS-TV live telecast, City of Pasadena, 2001.
Producer-Director, Kurtz Greeting (Pasadena City Manager's greeting to new employees), City of Pasadena, 1999.
Director, Earthquake Preparedness, six 15-minute videos with Ann Wendell, American Red Cross, 1995.
Director, PCAC Promo with Ossie Davis, 1995.
Director, PCAC Promo with Oscar Brown, Jr. and Jean Pace, 1994.
Director, PCAC Promo with Robert Guilliamne, 1993.
Director, Hermafroditee, music video with Billy Wisdom & the Heeshees, 1992.
Director, Purple People Eater, music video with Rusty Varian & Symplicity, 1991.
Editor, Culture Clash, comedy group demo tape, Culture Clash, Producers, 1991.
Director of Photography, Jam To This, music video with Two Brothers 2, Lamag Productions, Gamal Smalley, Producer-Director, 1991.
Director of Photography, Closer To You, music video with Two Brothers 2, Lamag Productions, 1991, Gamal Smalley, Producer-Director.
Director of Photography, A.I.D.S. Rap, Public Service Announcement, City Of Los Angeles Telecommunications Department, Robin Gee, Producer, 1991.
Lighting Designer, A.I.D.S and You, Public Service Announcement, City of Los Angeles, Telecommunications Department, Robin Gee, Producer, 1991.
Lighting Director, MOUTH (PIECE), (video art) Nancy Buchanan Producer-Director, Open Channels Series, Long Beach Museum of Art, 1989.
Director of Photography-Editor, Better Make Sure, music video with David McClendon, Lamag Productions, Gamal Smalley, Producer-Director, 1989.
Editor, The Last Time, music video with LYV, Doris Leonard Productions, 1989.
Camera, Sightlines, (video art) Nancy Buchanan, Producer-Director, 1988.
Lighting & Camera, Cultural Soup, (video art) with Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley, Viewpoints on Video Series, Nancy Buchanan, Producer-Director, Long Beach Museum of Art, 6:55, 1987.
Lighting & Camera, Family Tyranny (Modeling & Molding), video art with Paul McCarthy and Mike Kelley, Viewpoints on Video Series, Nancy Buchanan, Producer-Director, Long Beach Museum of Art, 8:08, 1987.
Producer-Director-Writer, Icecube, teleplay, KWSU-TV, Pullman, WA, 1970.

 

COMMERCIALS:

Producer-Director, How To Make a Hollow Metal Frame, Key Marketing Group/Door Components, Inc., Judy Key Johnson, Executive Producer, released December, 2010.
Producer-Director, How To Make a Hollow Metal Door, Key Marketing Group/Door Components, Inc., Judy Key Johnson, Executive Producer, released November, 2010.
Director-Editor, My First Layout, Proven Advertising, 1998.
Director, Terrain For Trains: Ho Ho RailRoad, Proven Advertising, 1997.

 

OTHER TELEVISION:

Lighting-Sound, Ralph D. Fertig Oral History, video documentation of humanitarian, Freedom Rider, and USC Clinical Professor of Social Work, Producer-Director David R. Fertig, 2013.
Producer-Director-Camera, Pasadena Conservatory of Music, documenting concert performances and Master Classes with the Howard Shelley, Harlem String Quartet, Mark Robson and others, Beverly Lafontaine & Stephen McCurry, Executive Producers, 2008-2009.
Camera Operator, Official race filming and photo finish for the annual Bishop Mule Days Celebration, for LLB Productions, Bishop, CA, Producer-Director Freda Lindsay, 2002 to present.
Production Manager, Pasadena Community Access Television. Supervised co-productions, 1988-1990. Supervised all live and taped studio productions, 1989-1990. Crewed hundreds of tv shows in every production position (most of which are not included on this resume). Supervised the Video Art Group and the Drama Group. Taught classes in Directing, Producing, Advanced Lighting, Film and Television Special Effects, Advanced Audio, Grip Techniques, Hosting, Character Generator, Stage Make-up, and Studio Operations. Production Supervisor, 1991-93. Production Manager & Training Coordinator, 1993-2008, supervising all productions on both the Pasadena public access PCAC Channel 56 (averaging 500 shows per year) and the government access channel KPAS-TV 55 (averaging 30-50 studio and remote shows per year).
Stage Manager-ENG Camera-Editor, Voyager Neptune Encounter, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Asahi Broadcasting Company-Televane Productions. Six nightly satellite feeds to ABC Japan network news, 1989.
Studio Camera Operator-Live Audio Mixer, 6 pm and 11 pm weekend newscasts, KTVK-TV (ABC), Phoenix, Arizona, 1972-73.
Production Crew-Relief Director, KAET-TV (PBS), Phoenix, Arizona, 1970-71.
Runner, ABC Wide World of Sports, Game of the Week, 1970, Phoenix 150 Auto Race, 1971.
Cable Puller/Runner, Hughes Sports Network, NCAA Aquatics Meet, Pullman, WA, 1969.
Director-Production Crew, KWSU-TV (PBS), Pullman, Washington, 1967-70.

 

OBSERVING DIRECTOR-WRITER (A.K.A. Paying one's dues)

Since 1980 I have visited the sets and/or observed the following films and television shows while in production: Addams Family Values, Barry Sonnenfeld, Director; Leap of Faith, with Steve Martin & Debra Winger; The Pickle, with Danny Aiello, Paul Mazursky, Director; Always, Steven Spielberg, Director; Straight Time, with Dustin Hoffman, Ulu Gosbard, Director; Star Trek 7; Beverly Hills Cop 3; Vampire from Brooklyn, Wes Craven, Director;Congo; Waterworld; I Love Trouble with Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts; Evening Shade, 88 episodes, Burt Reynolds, Harry Thomason, David Steinberg, Charles Nelson Reilly, James Hampton, Robbie Benson, Directors; Hearts Afire, 49 episodes, Harry Thomason, James Hampton, Directors; Northern Exposure; Love and War; Dave's World, 15 episodes, Jamie Widdoes, Director; Cybill 15 episodes, Ned and Stacy 22 episodes; Partners, 3 episodes, James Burrows, Director; The Boys Are Back, Will Mackenzie, Director; Frasier, Wings, Hard Copy; Tom; Star Trek: Deep Space 9; Lois and Clark; Dinosaurs, 3 episodes; Brooklyn Bridge, Michael J. Fox, Director; WKRP in Cincinnati; The Torkelsons; Thirty Something; A Different World; Grace Under Fire; Riders in the Sky; 3 episodes, Bill Halverson, Director; Get A Life; Roseanne; Drexel's Class; Seinfeld; Rachel Gunn, R.N.; Bob Newhart HBO Comedy Special, Dick Martin, Director; Eerie, Indiana, Joe Dante, Director; Dallas; Paradise; The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson; Three On A Match; The Dinah Shore Show; The Lawrence Welk Show; General Hospital; The Home Show; Mr. Belvedere; Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Arsenio, 15 episodes; Gregory Hines Show, 23 episodes; Maggie with Anne Cusack, 21 episodes; The Geena Davis Show, 18 episodes, According To Jim, 22 episodes; Girlfriends; Untitled Jenny McCarthy Show (Pilot).

 

THEATRE & LIVE STAGE:

Audio Tech/Equipment Rental, The Ash Grove at The Improv, with Jackson Browne and Claudia Lennear. The Improv, Hollywood, December 20, 2015.
Lighting Director, Fifty-fifth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California. Live event and simulcast television program from the Crowne Ballroom of Crowne Plaza Hotel, Commerce Casino, on Landmark Television, Channel 12 and streamed to the internet, March 14, 2015.
Lighting, Sound Design, & Video Projection. Ralph D. Fertig Birthday Party at The Peace Center, Culver City, CA, March, 2015.
Lighting and Sound Design, Bon Voyage Blues Extravaganza, hosted by the Los Angeles Blues Society and the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise, Crowne Plaza Hotel Ballroom, Los Angeles, October 3, 2014.
Lighting Director, Fifty-fourth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California. Live event and simulcast television program from the Crowne Ballroom of Commerce Casino, on Landmark Television, Channel 12 and streamed to the internet, March 22, 2014.
Lighting Director, Fifty-third Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California, Live event and simulcast television program from the Crowne Ballroom of Commerce Casino, on Landmark Television, Channel 12 and streamed to the internet, March 23, 2013.
Lighting Director (along with Malvin Black, Sr.) and Video Editor, "FADE 2 Black", The Sue B Dance Company, Farnsworth Auditorium, Altadena, CA, December 2012.
Lighting Director, Fifty-second Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California, February 25, 2012. Live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 12 and streamed to the internet
Lighting Director, Fifty-first Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California, live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 12 and streamed to the internet, February 26, 2011.
Lighting Director (with Eugene W. Jackson III and Malvin Black, Sr.), The 12 Days, The Sue B Dance Company, Altadena, CA, December, 2010.
Video Director/Camera Operator/Set-up Crew, 19th Maxson Roadhouse Blues Festival. El Monte, CA, Featuring Blues Straight Up, Big Papa & the TCB, Elnora & Sumpthin' Cookin', Linda Miles, Liz Hangan, and others. Gene Carlson, and Lorey Maurer, Producers. September 11, 2010.
Stage Manager, Colorado Street Bridge Party, Fundraiser for Pasadena Heritage. 2010 with New Astroturf and Mercy & The Merkettes, 2009 with Dirty Dave & The Dynamites and Mercy & The Merkettes, 2008 with The Cain Enablers with Rick Germond and Mercy & The Merkettes.
Power Engineer-Camera Operator, Fiftieth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Commerce, California, February 27, 2010. (Live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 12, and streamed to the internet.
Show Director-Writer, Seventeenth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Beverly Hills Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, in preproduction for April 18, 2009. Cancelled by Producers one week before showdate.
Lighting Director, Forty-ninth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Ballroom, Doubletree Hotel, Commerce, California, February 28, 2009. Live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 55, and streamed to the internet.
Audio Mixer, Jetstream, Band performance, The Rack, Woodland Hills, CA. New Year's Eve, 2008-2009.
Lighting Director, Forty-eighth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Ballroom, Doubletree Hotel, Commerce, California, February 16, 2007. Live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 55.
Show Director-Writer, Sixteenth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Beverly Hills Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, May 3, 2008.
Show Director, Fifteenth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Beverly Hills Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, April 14, 2007.
Lighting Director, Forty-seventh Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Ballroom, Wyndham Hotel, Commerce, California, February 28, 2007. Live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 55.
Show Director, Fourteenth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Beverly Hills Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, March 25, 2006.
Lighting Director, Forty-sixth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Stevens Ballroom, Commerce, California, February, 2006. Live event and live television program on Commerce, Channel 55.
Lighting Director {under pseudonym Sol Luxor), Shushybye Dream Band Live On Tour, direct to DVD children's video, Allan Muir, Director; David Corbett, Producer; and Steve Syatt, Executive Producer, shot at The Madrid Theatre, Canoga Park, CA, before an audience of 300 children. Shushybye Company, May 4-6, 2005.
Show Director, Thirteenth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Biltmore Bowl of the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, March 12, 2005.
Lighting Director, Forty-flfth Annual Miss Commerce Pageant, Stevens Ballroom, Commerce California, February 28, 2005. (Live event and simulcast television program on Commerce, Channel 55)
Show Director, Twelfth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Biltmore Bowl of the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, 2004.
Lighting Technician, Matty: An Evening With Christy Mathewson, with Eddie Frierson, Kerrigan Mahan, Director, Donald R. Wright Auditorium, Pasadena, CA, September 2001.
Stage Manager/Show Caller, Dine' Benefit for the People of Big Mountain, The Loft Theatre, Pasadena, with Floyd Red Crow Westerman, Irene Bedard, Producer-Hosts, 1997.
Stage Manager, Sixth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, Grand Ballroom of The Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, 1997.
Stage Manager/Show Caller, Fourth Annual First Americans In The Arts Awards, International Ballroom of The Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA, 1996.
Producer-Director-Writer, Yard Sale: A Staged Reading, The Basement Theatre, Pasadena, 1993.
Producer, West Coast Premiere of Tennessee Williams' Kingdom of Earth with Academy Award Nominee Ed Harris, Marie Peckinpah, and Duane Waddell, Pasadena Repertory Theatre. Also did lighting design and special effects, 1976.
Production Assistant, World Premiere of Tom Rickman's Baalam with Academy Award Nominee Elizabeth Hartman and Peter Brandon, Pasadena Repertory Theatre, 1975.
Actor (Troll), Three Billy Goats Gruff, Esperance Elementary School 1st grade, Edmonds, Washington, Miss Olson, Director. (A clear case of type casting)

 

RADIO, VOICE OVERS, AND ANNOUNCING:

Announcer-Producer-Director, The Diversity Hour, (50 two-hour programs). Radio PCAC, Pasadena, 1996-98.
Voice-Over, Opening Titles, From The Curb, Crown Cable, 1993.
Announcer, Sign On, Sign Off & Disclaimer tapes for Channel 56, PCAC TV, Pasadena, 1993-99.
Actor-Writer-Announcer, Kilo-Herts Radio Theatre, (NPR), 1989.
Writer-Actor (Captain Bob), Captain Bob and Buddy at Spaceport 13, Kilo-Herts Radio Theatre, 1989.
Writer, Sid and Al of the Yukon (Series) "The Lost Gold Mine", Kilo-Herts Radio Theatre, 1989.
Audio Engineer, remote football broadcast, Arizona State University to KWSU-AM , Pullman,WA, Rick Simon, Producer-Play-By-Play Announcer, 1970.
Voice-Over, The Bamboo Curtain, KAET-TV, Phoenix-Tempe, 1971.
Station Manager-Announcer-Reporter, KASN, Arizona State University, 1970-71.
Announcer-Engineer, KRAB-FM, Seattle, Washington, 1969-70.
Special Events Director-Announcer-News Reporter, KUGR, Washington State University, 1967-70.

 

MUSIC:

Bass Guitar Player
Band:
Sue Blue and Spin-Off (Sue Blue Bull vocals and guitar; Ed Clark on drums & percussion; Kevin Cloud Brechner, bass guitar)
Featured Artists at Viva Cantina, Burbank, CA, February 22, 2011.
Esquire Bar & Lounge, Pasadena, CA, April 26, 2011.
Mayan Room of the Aztec Hotel, Monrovia, CA, May 14, 2011.
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, May 21, 2011.
The Esquire Bar & Lounge, Pasadena, June 7, 2011.
Left Coast Wine Bar, Glendale, CA, July 2011.
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale CA, July 16, 2011.
The Brass Elephant, Monrovia, CA, with Still Moving and Spider Blue,
Saturday, August 19, 2011.
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, August 20, 2011.
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, October 29, 2011.
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, November 29, 2011.
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, New Year's Eve, December 31, 2011.
(Band was dissolved, January 4, 2012).

Bass Guitar Player
Band: Lucky Dog, 45 Fingers
(Joe Bull lead guitar & vocals; Ed Clark drums, percussion, & vocals; David R. Fertig harmonica & vocals; Barbara Paul lead vocals, rhythm guitar; Kevin Cloud Brechner bass guitar & vocals)
Private Party (Lucky Dog) , Tarzana, CA February, 2010
Host band (Lucky Dog) for the Los Angeles Blues Society Jam at Café Club Fais Do Do, Los Angeles, April 24, 2010.
Note: Lucky Dog name was changed to 45 Fingers in June, 2010.
Beverly Connection, Los Angeles, July 24, 2010
Private Party (Ralph Fertig), Los Angeles, CA
Esquire Bar & Lounge, Pasadena, CA, April 26, 2011
Mayan Room of the Aztec Hotel, Monrovia, CA, May 14, 2011
Dave's of Broadway, Glendale, CA, May 21, 2011.
The Esquire Bar & Lounge, Pasadena, June 7, 2011
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, July 16, 2011
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, August 20, 2011
Adams Pack Station, Chantry Flat, CA, October 16, 2011
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, October 29, 2011
Paladino's, Tarzana, CA, Southern California Blues Society Battle of the Blues Bands, November 19, 2011 afternoon
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, November 19, 2011 evening
Los Angeles Blues Society Holiday Party at VFW Hall in City of Industry, CA, December 10, 2011
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA ,New Year's Eve Party, December 31, 2011
Host band for the Santa Clarita Valley Blues Society Jam, January 8, 2012
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale, CA, January 21, 2012
Private Party (Shirley Neuwenschwander), Dexter Park Community Center, Kagel Canyon, CA
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale CA, St. Patrick's Day Party, March 17, 2012
Adams Pack Station, Chantry Flat, CA, April 22, 2012
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale CA, June 23, 2012
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale CA, August 25, 2012
Dave's On Broadway, Glendale CA, Halloween Show, October 27, 2012.
(Band was dissolved, December, 2012)

 

STILL PHOTOGRAPHY:

Front Cover & Inside Photographs, "Deal Near on a Lost Welles." The New York Sun, Wednesday, April 2, 2007, Volume 122, No. 243, pages 1 and 18.
Photographs, Pasadena Water & Power Bulletins, 1993-94.
Photographs, Orson Welles, HBO Documentary, Robert Guenette Productions, 1992.
Photographs, This is Orson Welles, by Orson Welles and Peter Bogdanovich, Harper Collins Publishers, 1992.
Cover & Inside Photos, The Twelfth Occasional Doo Dah Parade Official Program, 1988.
Cover Portrait, Phoebe Conn, Beyond the Stars, NY: Warner Books, 1988.
Photography, "Orson Welles' Farewell," American Cinematographer, July, 1986.
Writer-Photographer, "Filmgoer's Guide to Expo," Film Month, September, 1986.
Cover Photograph, Artsletter, May/June, 1980.
Field Photographer-Cinematographer, Smithsonian Institution, River Basin Surveys, Missouri Basin Project, documenting field archaeological excavations and surveys in North and South Dakota, 1964-66. Images archived in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian Institution.
Also numerous commercial portraits, product shots, production stills.

 

WEBSITE DESIGN:

http://www.timeriver.net/hintz&balvin, One page website for public relations firm Hintz & Balvin, Christle Balvin, owner, 2011-present.
http://www.timeriver.net/phyllisrose, One page website for actress/model/host Phyllis Rose, 2007-2010.
http://www.timeriver.net/snottyscotty, Website for rock band Snotty Scotty and The Hankies, 2008-present.
http://www.timeriver.net/goldich Website for fine arts Consulting Registrar Louis Goldich, 2006-present.
http://www.timeriver.net/aicn, Website for the American Indian Cable Network, Chuck Marshall, Producer, 2003-present.
http://www.timeriver.net/brandilyn, One page website for actor Brandilyn M. Amie, 2003-12.
http://www.timeriver.net/michellebrown, One page website for actress Michelle Brown, 2005-present.
http://users.aol.com/timerivr/benson, Official website for Diane E. Benson, Green Party Candidate for Governor of Alaska, 2002. This site was chosen for permanent archival by the United States Library of Congress. https://www.loc.gov/item/lcwaE0001703)
http://users.aol.com/pasaccess/index.html, Pasadena Community Access Corporation, 1997-2003.
http://users.aol.com/timerivr/index.html, Time River Productions, 1997.
http://users.aol.com/bbbenge/front.html, Native American Genealogy Forum, contributed articles.

 

FINE ART SERVICES:

Atthowe Fine Art Services, Oakland, California, employee, 1980-85, and
Porter Transcontinental Trucking, Emeryville, California, employee, 1985-87.
I possess a Class A tractor-trailer driver's license with air brakes, double/triple trailers, tank trailer, passengers, and hazmat endorsements.
Worldwide fine art transportation. Responsibilities included handling, packing, conserving, and transporting works of fine art for major museums, galleries, and artists, including The Metropolitan Museum of New York City, The Museum of Modern Art, The Soloman Guggenheim Museum, The Smithsonian Institution, The National Gallery of Art, The Chicago Art Institute, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The Huntington Library and Art Gallery, The Los Angeles County Museums, The Museum of Contemporary Art, and many others. I left Atthowe in 1985 when they sold their art trucking division to Porter International. I left Porter when they closed their art handling division in 1987.
I was personally responsible for many multi-million dollar shipments of original art, such as the dispersal of the Armand Hammer Collection that toured the Soviet Union and the Sidney Janis Collection that toured the United States. I have handled original works by Ansel Adams, Bellini, Bosch, Canaletto, Cassatt, Cezanne, Degas, Dali, Da Vinci, Duchamp, El Greco, Manet, Matisse, Monet, O'Keefe, Picasso, Rembrandt, Rodin, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh, Warhol, and many others. Also moved R2D2, Yoda, Chewbacca suit, and a collection of original Star Wars models. I have transported an Oscar award, Willie Shoemaker's Kentucky Derby and Preakness trophies, Jack Kramer's Wimbleton trophy, the top of the California State Capital dome, original artwork from the films King Kong (1932) and Fantasia (1940), one of Scarlet O'Hara's dresses from Gone With The Wind (1939), and Robert Redford's costume from Electric Horseman (1979). I helped install the Automobile and Culture (1983-1984) show for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, which, under the supervision of show curator Walter Hopps, included installing Andy Warhol's monumental 8-foot tall silkscreen painting, Car Crash (1963), Chris Burden's B-Car, and the 1938 Phantom Corsair Six-Passenger Coupe Experimental model from Harrah's Automobile Foundation.

Stephenson-Farrin Fiber Art Studio, Pasadena, California. Independent contractor. Wove tapestries to specification including both production and custom designs. Worked on several 40-foot weavings. Tapestries I have worked on were installed in Hyatt Regency Hotels, Ramada Inns, Good Earth Restaurants, The Sands Hotel (Las Vegas), Caesar's Palace (Lake Tahoe), the Spokane International Airport, and others. 1980-85.

Time River Laboratory, a division of Time River Productions, provides fine art packing, cataloging, database creation, negative scanning, transportation, and installation. Recent clients have included fine art photographer Vaughan Rachel (2016), fine art ceramicist Mary Ichino (2013), and others. Some of the past activities are listed below:

The Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, CA, tapestries conservation. Performed major conservation and reweaving on five large wool tapestries outside the Grand Ballroom. 1987 and 1989.

G G & M Construction, Inc., Pasadena, CA, conservation and cleaning of three modern tapestries. ca. 1987.

San Diego Museum of Art, Exhibition packing, ca. 1992.

Howard Whalen Sculpture Garden, Sierra Madre, CA. Curator, Installer, and Conservator, ca. 1985-2002.

The Baseball Reliquary, Monrovia, California. Packed and transported paintings and other fine art for the Baseball Reliquary exhibitions, including transporting and installing a delicate three-foot detailed replica of Brooklyn Dodger's Ebbets Field made out cake frosting and wood by Robert Steele, the pastry chef of the Ritz Carlton Hotel, from his studio in Corona, CA to the Jackie Robinson Center, Pasadena, CA, 2002-2005.

Louis Goldich, Consulting Registrar, San Diego, CA. Collections cataloging, website design and hosting. Created a database and catalog for a large private collection of several hundred paintings, sculptures, and antiquities in Palm Springs, CA. 2008 - present.

Private Collection, Altadena, CA. Packed fine art for transportation and long-term storage, including works by Allan Kaprow, Anton Kaprow, Vaughan Rachel, George Segal, Andy Warhol, Leroy Neiman, and others. Inventoried and researched a large collection of vintage guitars, amplifiers, and electronic equipment, 2013-2104.

 

ACADEMIC HISTORY:

B.S. with Honors, Psychology, minor in Radio-TV-Film, Washington State University, 1970.
M.A. Psychology, Arizona State University, 1973.
Ph.D. Experimental Social Psychology, Arizona State University, 1974.
Post-graduate studies:
National Science Foundation Chautauqua "Energy Systems" with Howard T. & Elizabeth C. Odum, 1978.
UCLA Extension,"Producing Lower Budget Feature Films," 1987.
Pasadena City College, "Avid Editing," 2003.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, "Cutting to the Chase: The Continuing Evolution of Motion Picture Editing," a four-week seminar from the perspective of motion picture editors, 2005.
Landmark Television, "Advanced Switcher and Technical Directing," Commerce, CA, 2008.

 

ACADEMICS & RESEARCH PSYCHOLOGY
(Experimental Social Psychology & Animal Behavior):

Book Editor-Photographer, The Building of Social Work at USC, by Ralph D. Fertig, Los Angeles: University of Southern California School of Social Work, 2014-2016.
Consultant, Deborah Cook, Pacific Clinics, Pasadena, CA. Consultation on the new employee orientation process, 2008.
Consultant, Hintz and Balvin Communications, Pasadena, CA. Contributed to and participant in grant proposal to produce media campaign, government staff training, and intervention strategies in the campaign to educate the public about pollution caused by dumping toxic waste and debris into the Los Angeles Basin storm drain system, 2007.
Consultant, The David and Minnie Meyerson Foundation, Flagstaff, AZ, dedicated to improving the lives of disabled children, Kerrie Anne and Ron Simpson, Executive Directors, 2002- 2003.

University Teaching and Research:
Art Center College of Design, Instructor. Taught classes in social psychology, sensation & perception, and animal behavior. Conducted research in social traps, laboratory ethology with California scrub jays & Argentine ants, and energy flow through human systems, 1980-81.
California State University, Los Angeles, Part-time Assistant Professor. Taught classes in introductory psychology, experimental psychology, and social psychology. Conducted research in social traps and laboratory ethology with Siamese fighting fish and laboratory rats, and energy flow through human systems, 1976-80.
University of California, Irvine. Student Recommended Lecturer. Taught classes in social psychology, attitudes & attitude measurement, and utopias & planned societies. Conducted research in social traps and energy flows through campus pathways, 1977-78.
Research Associate, Veterans Administration Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona, Evaluation research of the Alcohol Treatment Program under the supervision of Fred Obitz, 1974-1975.
Arizona State University, Graduate Instructor. Taught two sections of social psychology to 660 students. Teaching Assistant to professors Paul Dillow and Barry Leshowitz. Conducted research in social traps under the supervision of Darwyn Linder, prisoner's dilemma & attributions of causality under Sanford Braver, and the experimental analysis of behavior under the supervision of Lee Meyerson & Nancy J. Kerr, studied under John Reich and Robert Cialdini, 1970-74.
Research Associate, Mesa Association for Retarded Children's MARC School, Mesa, AZ, studied behavior modification under the supervision of Lee Meyerson and Nancy Kerr, 1972-1973.
Contributing Editor, Rehabilitation Psychology, Lee Meyerson-Nancy Kerr, Editors. 1972-1977.
Reviewer, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation, 1980-1985.
Production Associate, The Behavioral Control of Dysfluency, educational film on stuttering, M & M Productions, Lee Meyerson, Producer-Director, 1973.
Presented numerous symposia and papers at conventions of The American Psychological Association, The Western Psychological Association, The Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Arizona Psychological Association, California Psychological Association, and America Online Native American Genealogy Forum.
Washington State University, Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, under the supervision of Gloria Fischer. Laboratory Assistant in the animal lab. Conducted research on human visual acuity. Studied television production under Val Limberg, television directing under Cal Watson, filmmaking under Mike McNamee, radio production and announcing under Burt Harrison & Jim Dunne, and all under the influence and legacy of the late Edward R. Murrow.

 

PUBLICATION HISTORY:

Brechner, K.C. Improving Pasadena, Opinion, Pasadena Star-News, Monday, July 11, 2011, A7.
Brechner, K.C. A social trap analysis of the Los Angeles storm drain system: A rationale for interventions, paper presented at the 118th annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA, August 12, 2010.
Brechner, K.C. "Jhane Myers, Comanche Wonder Woman," Renaissance Indian, e-magazine, cover story, October, 2008.
Brechner, K.C. Ulisi-Unisi-Ududu, syndicated column on Native American Genealogy, appearing to 80,000 readers in The Family Tree magazine, and on America Online, 1997-9.
Brechner, K.C. Another side of Larry Austin. Los Angeles: New Times, June 12-18, 1997, 2, 24.
Brechner, K.C. How to protect and store photos and other documents. Westward Into Nebraska (Journal of the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society), 20 (6), February, 1996.
Brechner, K.C. The Making of Evening Shade: Burt Reynolds Directs. Completed book manuscript, seeking publisher.
Brechner, K.C. and Trainer, S. (1989) Conversations with the authors. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation, 3, 109-113.
Brechner, K.C., Boyer, L.P., Guenther, E., and Coulter, T. J. (1988) The application of Laboratory Ethology to animal populations. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation, 2, 30-31.
Brechner, K.C. (1987) Social Traps, Individual Traps, and Theory in Social Psychology, Time River Laboratory Bulletin No. 87001.
Brechner, K.C., Poulos, L., Guenther, E., and Coulter, T.J. (1987) Laboratory Ethology: A new approach in animal research. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation, 1, 23-24.
Brechner, K.C. (1986) Welles' Farewell, "The Other Side of the Wind," American Cinematographer, 67 (7), 34-38.
Brechner, K.C. (1986) Filmgoers guide to Expo. Film Month, 1 (3), 12-13.
Brechner, K.C. (1983) "Carver Hotel has interesting past." Letter to the editor, Pasadena Star-News, 5/28/1983, page A-6, column 1.
Brechner, K.C. (1982) Exposing for rear projection. Letter to the editor, American Cinematographer, 63, 9.
Brechner, K.C. and Linder, D.E. (1981) A social trap analysis of energy distribution systems. Chapter 2 in Advances in Environmental Psychology, Vol. 3, (A. Baum and Singer, J.E., eds.), Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
Brechner, K.C. (1978) Social traps, energy flow, and water conservation. In D.M. Hoffman and F.S. Talarowski (Chairs) Water conservation: A social traps perspective. Symposium presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, 1978.
Brechner, K.C. (1977) An experimental analysis of social traps. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 13, 552-564.
Brechner, K.C., Shippee, G., and Obitz, F.W. (1976) Compliance techniques to increase mailed questionnaire return rates from alcoholics. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 37, 995-996.
Brechner, K.C., (1974) An experimental analysis of social traps: A Laboratory Analog, unpublished doctoral dissertation, Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University.
Brechner, K.C., Linder, D.E., Meyerson, L., and Hays, V.L. (1974) A brief report on a device for unobtrusive visual recording. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 7, 449-500. Available online at:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1311999/pdf/jaba00061-0145.pdf
Brechner, K.C. (1973) Attribution of cooperation and competition in a prisoner's dilemma game situation. Unpublished master's thesis, Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University.
Brechner, K.C, Completed book manuscript, Laboratory Ethology: A New Approach in Animal Research, seeking publisher.

 

ARCHAEOLOGY:

Smithsonian Institution, Missouri Basin Project, River Basin Surveys, summers of 1964-66. Archaeological excavations of several prehistoric Native American sites. Field site surveys. Worked under archaeologist Oscar L. Mallory, as assistant expedition leader, field photographer-cinematographer, and laborer. Skilled in archaeological field methods, site survey and plane table mapping, stratigraphy sampling, artifact handling, field photography, and research report writing.

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND HONORARIES:

Alpha Epsilon Rho, broadcast fraternity, member.
American Association for The Advancement of Science, member.
American Psychological Association, member.
Phi Eta Sigma, academic fraternity, member.
Psi Chi, psychology fraternity, member.
Registrars Committee, Western Region, American Association of Museums, member.
Sigma Xi, scientific fraternity, member, Caltech chapter.

 

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS:

Artist: Painting, drawing, sculpture, weavings, photography, multimedia presentations. Group exhibitions, represented in private and museum collections. Musician, guitar player. Philately. Volunteer Co-Host of the Native American Genealogy Forum of America Online, 1995-2003. Native American history and culture.

Group Exhibitions:
18th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2016. Group Show including the 14th Dalai Lama, the Premier of Japan, artists, politicians, teachers, and children.
15th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2013. Group Show including the 14th Dalai Lama, the Premier of Japan, artists, politicians, teachers, and children.
14th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, Group Show including the 14th Dalai Lama, the Premier of Japan, artists, politicians, teachers, and children, January, 2012.
13th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, including the 14th Dalai Lama, the Premier of Japan, artists, politicians, teachers, and children, January, 2011.
12th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2010.
11th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2009.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 2008.
10th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2008.
The Winnipeg Suite, Exhibition of 17 pen and ink drawings, The Mallory Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, December, 2007.
9th Annual Shikishi Exhibition.
George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2007.
8th Annual Shikishi Exhibition.
J George J. Doizaki Gallery, apanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2006
7th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2005
First Americans in The Arts Exhibition and Silent Auction, Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, 2004.
6th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles, January, 2004.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 2003.
Saddleback College Art Gallery, Mission Viejo, CA. In Their Own League: An Exhibition of Baseball Art including paintings, photography, and historical artifacts from the permanent collection of the Baseball Reliquary, 2003.
5th Annual Shikishi Exhibition. George J. Doizaki Gallery, Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Los Angeles,January, 2003.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 2002.
Seven drawings for the book Barkawitz, Mark, Ghosts of a Christmas Past, Pasadena: Woof Books, 2002.
Illustration of author in Barkawitz, Mark, Woof: A Collection of Dog Tales. Pasadena: Woof Books, 2002.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 2000.
First Americans in the Arts Exhibition & Silent Auction, Century Plaza Hotel, Century City, CA, 1999.
L.A. Freewaves Video Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California, 1998.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 1998.
Comision de Femenilas Latinas Invitational Art Exhibition and Auction, The Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California, 1998.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 1997.
Comision de Femenilas Latinas Invitational Art Exhibition and Auction, The Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, California, 1997.
Third Annual Zone 11/12 Video Art Festival, Pasadena, California, 1997.
Brief Rebirth of the Hotel Carver, "New Windows on Old Pasadena Festival," juried show, New Town Foundation, Pasadena, CA, 1997.
Comision de Femenilas Latinas Invitational Art Exhibition and Auction, Los Angeles, California, 1996.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 1996.
Third Annual Zone 11/12 Video Art Festival, Pasadena, California, 1996.
Comision de Femenilas Latinas Invitational Art Exhibition and Auction, Los Angeles, California, 1995.
Sierra Club Pasadena Group Photography Exhibition and Auction, Central Library, Pasadena, 1995.
Two pieces (paper and foam wall piece, and white ceramic sculpture} destroyed as part of the Paul McCarthy video, Painter, Museum of Modern Art, NYC, 1995. Exhibited at L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art, November 2000 through January, 2001. (Credited as "Video Director.")
Second Annual Zone 11/12 Video Art Festival, Pasadena, California, 1995.
L.A. Freewaves Video Festival, Los Angeles, California, 1995.
Comision de Femenilas Latinas Invitational Art Exhibition and Auction, Los Angeles, California, 1994.
New Masks: A Festival of Objects to Hide the Soul, The Art Store, Pasadena, California, curated by Mary Ichino,1994.
First Zone 11/12 Video Art Festival, Pasadena, California, 1994.
The End of the Hotel Carver, International Ballroom, Hotel Carver, Pasadena 1985.
Four At the Carver Hotel, International Ballroom, Hotel Carver, Pasadena, California, 1984.
Photograph "Desert Dinosaurs" in permanent collection, Dinosaur Museum, Cabazon, California, 1983-1994.
7 At the Hotel Carver, International Ballroom, Hotel Carver, Pasadena, California, 1983.
Performer in Molto, performance by Al Payne, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), 1982. http://archive.org/details/AlPayne-Molto-1982
The Art of Psychologists, juried show, American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, 1981.
Group Show, International Ballroom, Hotel Carver, Hotel Carver, 1979.

 

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