One of the first things anyone in the production industry will tell you is that good video is nothing without good audio. The Racing to Rio production crew is proud to introduce our sound field recordist, Jack Neu, Saint Petersburg resident and certified sailor. With nearly three decades of experience under his belt, Jack is among the best of sound men. He has spent the past 25 years in the Tampa Bay area working as a freelance sound man and producer.
In addition to having worked with companies such as Disney Studios, Sun Sports, and HSN/Telemation, Jack also has experience with CBS News: 48 Minutes and 60 Minutes, ABC News: 20/20 Primetime, HBO Real Sports, NBC Dateline, ESPN Outside the Lines, Johnson & Johnson and Bristol- Meyers Squibb, CBS Sports, ESPN Sports Center, AARP, and the Veterans Administration. Jack has provided sound work for everything ranging from Superbowl coverage to cable magazine programs. He has worked on news channels, documentaries, and network broadcasts, including Emeril’s Florida on the Cooking Channel.
For his work on CBS News: 48 Minutes, Jack has won the Edward R. Murrow award in both 2000 and 2001 and won an Emmy award in 2012. He also won the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival and a National Cable ACE Award.
We are so pleased to welcome Jack to this production and to the community built up around Racing To Rio in our quest to make Brad Kendell’s story known. Stay posted for more updates on our team as we journey to the 2016 Paralympics.
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