As a long time television producer first learning to edit with a razor blade and an editing pen, I value Larry’s training. After all those years cutting, some film but mostly video tape, editing platforms changed with the new millennium. I first learned so called non-linear editing using Sony equipment at KHOU-TV, but with the growth of Adobe and Apple products there was a need to learn what the “kids” were learning.
Larry Jordan helped me keep up to date, especially when Final Cut Pro, became Final Cut X. (For many of us the X didn’t mean 10). Now as there are more and more players on the scene, it’s especially important to keep up with the trends, and that means keeping up with Larry.
Carleton Cole, Digital Media Coordinator, David Weekley Homes