Jeff Ertz is a multi-platform storyteller and post production czar at Red Thread Productions, creating and facilitating media in film, television, event production and branded content. Jeff's film work has ranged from post-supervising features (The 24th, Sidemen: Long Road to Glory), to editing documentaries (Bernadette, Return to Timbuktu), mixing/sound designing docs (Roxy: The Last Dance, Finding Sandler), and editing shorts (Hands & Eyes, Spinnaker). As a singer-songwriter, Jeff placed songs from his first EP So It Goes on ABC’s A Million Little Things and NPR’s Reveal. If Jeff’s not making music, he’s making sounds, which he’s applied to a variety of projects like the title sequence sound design for the Emmy-award winning Weird But True television series. He also edited and helped conceptualize promos and episodic programming for Hearst’s Car and Driverand Popular Mechanics brands, a series of PSAs for Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Foundation, and Clear Channel’s launch of it’s iHeart Radiovideo platform, which landed him a Webby honoree for best editing (Alicia Keys’ Empire State of Mind, Part II). He has edited, sound designed and/or mixed commercials and branded content for CBS, History Channel and Bank of America, and has built remote post production workflows for Hewlett Packard Enterprise and SAP live and digital events.