Dylan trains corporations and professionals to use Adobe Premiere Pro successfully in real editing workflows. As an Adobe Certified Instructor with over 10 years of post production expertise, he shows you how to unlock the powerful capabilities of Premiere Pro – and use it to overcome real-world editing challenges. In 2015 Dylan transitioned the 60-editor Spectrum Sports Los Angeles facility to an all-Adobe workflow, and has since provided customized training and workflow consultation to A+E, CNN, CBS, Spike, and the EPiX Channel. He offers New York City area clients the knowledge and resources to upgrade their Adobe experience.
Dylan is clearly an expert in Adobe Premiere, and his training is structured in a way that helps you actually retain the information. He has an inspiring approach and personalizes the program to meet your needs.Richard Briant
Dylan is a dedicated and astute trainer, providing highly effective training based on a deep understanding of student needs, direct professional experience, and continual personal development.Maxim Jago
A one hour consulting call with Dylan helped our post production team become more efficient on a very time sensitive editorial project. He enabled our editors to uncover Premiere Pro’s full power and utility.Matt Benson
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If you are taking the time to teach yourself Premiere Pro, these quality sites offer great resources:
The user blog and fansite by “Premiere Bro” Sean Schools is the best way to keep up with Adobe editing news, tips, and tutorials.
Insights on the editor’s craft, and Premiere Pro tips from the trenches, by feature film editor Vashi Nedomansky.
Premiere Pro Classroom In A Book
Dive deep into Premiere Pro with this thoughtfully-written guide by Master Instructor Maxim Jago, from Adobe Press.
Adobe Premiere Pro Manual
Free, searchable, and over 500 pages long, the Premiere Pro manual is the perfect first stop for any question.
Adobe Hardware Performance Whitepaper
A must-read if you want to optimize your editing system, or are considering the purchase of new hardware to run Adobe CC. Note: Written in 2014.