The Blue Collar Post Collective is an accessible and focused grassroots non-profit organization, supporting emerging talent in post production.
Our goal is to foster an all-inclusive community and to provide unique opportunities for members to develop professionally. There are no prerequisites or membership fees to join the BCPC. We are a group of over 7000 post-production professionals who want to share our experiences and support each other. This appeals to those who have questions about getting started in post, people looking to advance in their careers, and professionals who want to connect with more of their peers.
The BCPC holds monthly meet-ups and organizes events focused on offering alternative educational and career development opportunities with no barriers to attend. Not only are we building networks for emerging talent, but we work to strengthen the ties between our group and the wider community, through collaborative partnerships, advocacy, social events and innovative programs.
BECOME A MEMBER
The BCPC is FREE and welcomes all post production professionals. We have no dues or formal registration. If you work in post production and you share our vision, you're in! Our Facebook group is the main hub for events, information and support. Also follow us on Twitter for up to the minute tech and industry news and insights, as well as live tweets from important events and seminars. You can also join our email list for periodic news and updates from our industry friends and family.
BCPC Executive Committee
BCPC NYC Committee
BCPC LA Committee and Coordinators
BCPC Board of Directors
Janis Vogel (chair) Editor, Assistant Editor (She's Gotta Have It) -- New York
James Reyes (deputy chair) DI Producer, Goldcrest Post -- New York
Katie Hinsen Head of Operations, Department of Post -- New Zealand
Monica Daniel Editor/Assistant Editor (Colony, Preacher) -- Los Angeles
Bobbie O’Steen Film Writer and Historian -- New York
Peter Amies Online Editor (The Force Awakens, 10 Cloverfield Lane) -- London
Leo De Wolff Manager, Post Production, International Originals - Netflix -- Amsterdam
John Eremic Director, Digital Media Workflow, HBO -- New York
The BCPC's membership has surpassed thousands of members in just three years. Like all small, all-volunteer non-profits, we struggle to maintain the ability to provide the services and events that our community finds so valuable. Our organization relies entirely on fundraising and the generosity of our sponsors and other funders. The BCPC provides free networking, mentorship and educational opportunities to anyone who chooses to attend. The group is entirely run and facilitated by volunteers who work full-time in the industry. There are many ways you can help!
- Give us money!
- Become a partner and work with us to bring your organization's services to the community.
- Contribute your product or service to our periodic raffles and online contests.
- Provide us space to hold an event: meetups, educational panels, screenings, and retreats.
- Mentor a member, or become a mentee - we can help provide resources.
- Inquire about being a panelist at an event or Facebook Live Tech Talk.
- Volunteer your time to help out at an event! We always need greeters, photographers, and other coordinators for small projects.
- Propose an event you would like to hold through the BCPC and be part of the committee that makes it happen.