Russell Gordon - President
Russell Gordon has over 20 years of experience in broadcast television and event production. His experience covers all aspects of production from scripting to shooting to broadcast. He founded Bluestreet Productions in 2006, a Washington DC based company specializing in live events. BSP provides producers, videographers, technical staff, sound systems, lighting, projection, broadcast studios and remote uplinks for the production and direction of live and recorded events and satellite transmissions. In 2017 Bluestreet acquired Wagtech Sound Productions, a local full service audio production company; increasing the size and capabilities of their entire outfit.
Russell directed the Export / Import Bank of the United States annual meeting in Washington DC. This event was a multi camera, mutli screen live event featuring financial and economic leaders from across the globe. He also produced and directed the autumn production of the National Park Foundation's Electronic Field Trip. The EFT was two live 9 camera, one-hour programs produced on-site in Great Smoky National Park. The program was aired live on PBS stations across the country. The National Park Service, National Park Foundation, UPS Foundation, and Apple teamed up to showcase the biodiversity of the Park for students around the country via this live broadcast.
He produced the satellite portion of Hillary Clinton's 21 city live "Town Hall Meeting" on the eve of "Super Tuesday." This was the largest political via satellite town hall meeting to date. He also produced the satellite portion and technical staffing of Senator Clinton's "Texas Sized Town Hall Meeting" held the night before the Texas / Ohio primaries.
He was the chief producer for the Kerry-Edwards 2004 presidential campaign where he directed and coordinated the production of over 200 hours of satellite media tours and event uplinks across the country.
For the 2004 Democratic Convention, he was the production chief for the Democratic News Service and produced hundreds of satellite hours for Democratic officials over the four-day convention. Russell was part of the team that designed temporary television studios capable of producing three separate simultaneous uplinks at the convention and at each of the presidential and vice presidential debates. He was the field producer / director for Washington DC based media events for the Gore-Lieberman 2000 presidential campaign.
Prior to and during the campaign he was the senior editor at the United States Senate Democratic Communications Committee where he produced and edited news stories and policy videos for Democratic Senators to be fed on both local and national news.
He has directed major news press conferences for the Nation's space program while working for NASA. Russell has been video editor and technical director for the National Air & Space Administration Headquarters in DC and television news director and editor for the Goddard Space Flight center in Maryland.
Bill Brennan - Lead Videographer
Bill is a twenty-year veteran of the video and film industry. Having worked with a broad range of clients in the broadcast, business and non-profit worlds, Bill has what it takes to meet and exceed even your toughest expectations. Bill is a master at setting up exquisite lighting and framing that flatters everyone and everything caught by his lens. He uses the latest-generation Panasonic HD cameras to ensure that you always get the highest-quality look.
Jeff Wagner - Senior Audio Engineer
Jeff has over 25 years experience in live sound production. He has worked with some of the top music acts in the country and has engineered live sound events for the US Government, National Corporations, Non-Profit Organizations and Major Universities. Audio is often the most difficult part of any event and Jeff does everything possible and uses all his experience to make certain that every event whether it is in a small auditorium with a single podium or a large outdoor field with a multitude of inputs, sounds its absolute best.
Rick Singer - Chief Broadcast Engineer
Rick has over 30 years of technical management, project management, and systems engineering design experience within the communications industry. He has created television and Audio Visual facilities at television stations, commercial post/production, Fortune 500 corporations, and the U.S. Government.
As chief engineer of the Democratic National Committee Media Center from 1984 through 1987, his responsibilities included operational planning, project management, new technology investigation and implementation, system design and integration, scheduling, vendor relations, and workforce management. In 1988, Rick moved to WTTG-TV where he was involved in all phases of system design, integration, modification and maintenance at the flagship Fox owned and operated station and post-production facility in Washington, DC. Rick left WTTG-TV in 1993 to found Broadcast Video Engineering, Inc. and Singer Media Engineering, LLC.