I'm a long time engineer. Started working in radio production as an intern in 1964, got into my first studio in 1968, and became a licensed engineer in 1976. Around 1977, I also started working on computers learning to write code and fix hardware. From there, I moved to 20th Century Fox, and became certified as a film engineer, while joining the Audio Engineering Society and the Society of Broadcast Engineers. In 1983, I was asked to supervise the first digital transfer of classic Star Wars film, The Empire Strikes Back. Shortly after finishing that film, we went on to do the other two films in that first series. At present, I'm a certified network engineer, digital audio and video engineer, for a large TV network. Life would not be complete though without my studio in the garage!