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Thursday, 19 January 2012 13:23

Manhattan Wardrobe Supply

Manhattan Wardrobe Supply is one of the most complex projects I've ever been a part of.  From their beginnings as a two computer/two printer shop with an afterthought web presence to the current website that does >$1.5M in sales annually to the support staff of shipping, stocking and computers that goes with that.
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Thursday, 02 September 2010 15:51

Hope & Faith

For the pilot of Hope & Faith for ABC Television in 2003, I was tapped to provide the rental systems (14), the printers and the networking hardware and to put it all together.  The real challenge here was the fact that I was given basically a weekend to do the install.  The rental was on monthly terms for the entire package, and was aggressively negotiated by the show-runner, but my bid impressed her, and I won the contract.

With help from a fellow techie, we managed the job, but it was harrowing getting everything installed and configured and then networked (wireless wasn't the ubiquity that it is today, of course, and few people brought their own laptops).  This was my first rental job of any size, and it led directly to other, similar gigs in the NYC Television industry.
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Thursday, 24 June 2010 07:02

Crown Bar

Crown Bar opened a couple years ago to much fanfare and long lines, but one person who can always get in the door is Matt, Crown's technical advisor and all-around fix-it guy.  Having drawn up cost documents at different price points for the management pre-opening and subsequently advising on office technical purchases, Matt is the only guy they call when they need something.

He spent hours in the ceiling during construction, running cabling to a pair of checkout machines, set up a dual-zone open/protected WiFi network, and configured the firewall to accommodate the OpenTable system as well as the office systems.
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Thursday, 24 June 2010 06:18


Winston's was Matt's first LA bar tech work, and from there, he's gotten myriad referrals.
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