Personal Work News

For those who don’t know, I work for/with my dad at Moore Multimedia, Inc. in Liverpool, NY. We provide audio/video support for live events of all sizes, produce promotional and capital campaign videos for a number of not-for-profit and religious organizations, design websites, offer training, and provide many other services to help our clients communicate their message more effectively.

Back in March, my dad and I sat down to have a heart-to-heart about the future of the company. It’s a very expensive business to be in to keep up with the ever-changing needs of clients and latest technologies. With the exception of some event work here and there when we brought in my brother – who used to work with us full-time – it’s been mainly a two-man show for the past few years.

In the end, we came to the decision that we would shut down as of the end of August.

My dad is going to continue pursuing his professional writing career and self-produce audiobooks and short stories, maybe do some screenwriting. My brother is buying off a chunk of the sound equipment to start his own live sound services company, “The SoundWorx.”

As for me, I am currently searching for the right fit! This is the first time since college that I’ve had to look for a job and I haven’t really been through the traditional application/interview process before. So it’s all a bit unnerving for me. Also, since graduating, Kim is looking for open art teacher positions right now. It’s freeing and exciting to know that we can really go anywhere (hopefully staying at least in the Northeast, if not in NY) but it’s stressful trying to figure out what’s next on both fronts at the same time.

As you may recall, I began setting up my online portfolio back in March and April and now have my updated resume there as well. I really couldn’t say anything about it then because we were waiting until we fulfilled some of our outstanding agreements before going public. But now that our conference season is over we’re working on transitioning our web hosing clients to a new provider, my brother’s new company is in talks to take over some of our live sound work, and word is being spread about our closure.

If any of you know of any positions or have any ideas that may help point me in a direction I may not have considered, please let me know either through the comments or email.

  • Regardless, you’ll do well in whatever direction you head. I wish you well!

    June 27, 2008 at 7:59 am
  • Jason,
    You are talented on so many levels – not only in your photography and graphics skills but also as a gifted communicator. Although we have never met personally, I suspect you are very good with people as well. I am confident that you will find the perfect job for you. Any company you work with will have more success because of it.
    My prayers are with you and your lovely wife in this exciting time.

    Take care,

    June 27, 2008 at 11:10 am
  • Best of Luck – your loaded with talent –

    June 27, 2008 at 3:40 pm
  • I have no doubt that you will find exactly the right job for you. With your talent, the right fit will come.

    Best of luck,

    June 28, 2008 at 8:32 am
  • Mike Holley

    Hi Jason,

    It’s always difficult when you reach points in your life like this, I’ve been there a couple of times… I agree with the other folks you do have talent and I’m sure that will lead to through. I wish you all the best.

    I have light at the end of the tunnel and hope to be back in circulation during September.


    June 29, 2008 at 8:46 am
  • Hey Jason,

    Believe me, I know what you are going through. We are kind of at a crossroads ourselves in very much a similar fashion. Not sure if you’ve been reading the blog, but not only are our career choices routing us, but we are also moving. At present house is unsold, needs to sell, and we need to find a place to live and I need a job…all within the next 35 days!

    In any case, as others have said, you are very talented and the world is your oyster. Good luck!

    June 30, 2008 at 8:43 pm

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