BARRY Senior Editor / Managing Partner You wouldn’t know it to look at him, but Barry actually got his start when editing was a “tape-to-tape” affair. Happily for him, (and the industry), 1987 brought nonlinear editing and the Avid. Barry dove in headfirst, and hasn’t come up for air since. He’s also the co-founder of the Bublr bike share system in MKE.

BARRY

Senior Editor / Managing Partner

You wouldn’t know it to look at him, but Barry actually got his start when editing was a “tape-to-tape” affair. Happily for him, (and the industry), 1987 brought nonlinear editing and the Avid. Barry dove in headfirst, and hasn’t come up for air since. He’s also the co-founder of the Bublr bike share system in MKE.

ANDY Editor / Motion Graphics Andy’s been part of the Mainly team for just over a decade now. And he’s only getting warmed up. He is always on the lookout finding those magical little moments – those “happy accidents” – that occur when an unplanned moment helps give a story a uniquely powerful perspective.

ANDY

Editor / Motion Graphics

Andy’s been part of the Mainly team for just over a decade now. And he’s only getting warmed up. He is always on the lookout finding those magical little moments – those “happy accidents” – that occur when an unplanned moment helps give a story a uniquely powerful perspective.

JEFF Editor / Junior Partner Jeff’s 30 years of experience in television give him a unique perspective. Having witnessed the evolution of editing equipment, he knows that even though the tools may change, the role of the storyteller remains the same – to weave snippets of sound and imagery into a tapestry that communicates.

JEFF

Editor / Junior Partner

Jeff’s 30 years of experience in television give him a unique perspective. Having witnessed the evolution of editing equipment, he knows that even though the tools may change, the role of the storyteller remains the same – to weave snippets of sound and imagery into a tapestry that communicates.

SANDY Office Manager Even in a place as deliberately informal as ours, there still needs to be someone helping move things along. So thank God for Sandy. From the day-to-day “necessaries” like answering phones and scheduling, to the finer points of client service, she makes sure the place keeps running like a well-oiled bike.

SANDY

Office Manager

Even in a place as deliberately informal as ours, there still needs to be someone helping move things along. So thank God for Sandy. From the day-to-day “necessaries” like answering phones and scheduling, to the finer points of client service, she makes sure the place keeps running like a well-oiled bike.