Jon of All Trades

Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 6: Retail

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and here is my sixth job. Job: Vehicle accessories salesman and installer Duration: College breaks from summer 2001 – summer 2002 Pay: $8.50/hr. + [...]

January 16, 2018 Jon Jon's Audio Resume, Podcast 0

Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 5: Property Maintenance

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and here is my fifth job. Job: Property Maintenance Grunt Duration: June – July, 2001 Pay: $10.00/hour Did I get along with my [...]

January 9, 2018 Jon Jon's Audio Resume, Podcast 0

Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 4: City of Golden

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and here is my fourth job. Job: Ballfield Worker, City of Golden Duration: May – August, 2000 Pay: $9.00/hour Did I [...]

January 2, 2018 Jon Jon's Audio Resume, Podcast 0

Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 3: Food Service

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and here is my third job. Job: Salad Bar Worker, Chart House Duration: November – Decemberr 1999 Pay: $6.50/hour (I think, I [...]

December 19, 2017 Jon Jon's Audio Resume, Podcast 0

Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 2: Door-to-door Salesman

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and here is my second job. Job: Door-to-door salesman Duration: September 1999 Pay: $5/lead Did I get along with my boss? Surprisingly, yes! (An old [...]

December 12, 2017 Jon Jon's Audio Resume, Podcast 0

Jon’s Audio Resume Vol. 1: Bindery

Welcome to Jon’s Audio Resume, the Jon of All Trades solo exploration of all the weird ass jobs I’ve had in my life. This series runs in chronological order and we start with my very first job. Job: Bindery worker Duration: May 1998 – August 1998 Pay: $6.50/hr. Did I get along with [...]

December 5, 2017 Jon Jon's Audio Resume, Podcast 0

Blog: Back in the (office) saddle, and I launch a new series

People often ask me, “What’s your ultimate goal for Deft Communications?” which I suppose is an honest enough question, but never fails to make me laugh both because of how boring and seemingly unambitious my answer is. Here’s my honest answer: All I want is for Deft Communications to do [...]

November 29, 2017 Jon Blog, Inside My Head, News 0

Ep. 155: Adam J. Minnick – Director of Photography

Adam J. Minnick is a cinematographer, served as a juror on Denver Film Festival 2017, and is the guest on Ep. 155 of the Jon of All Trades Podcast, debuting November 15, 2017.

Adam J. Minnick is a cinematographer who served as a juror for the 2017 Denver Film Festival. He was also the Director of Photography for Actor Martinez, a movie I first became aware of when I interviewed the film’s directors, Mike Ott and Nathan Silver, two years ago at Denver [...]

November 14, 2017 Jon Denver Film Festival 2017, Podcast 0

Ep. 154: Kyle Gass of Tenacious D

Kyle Gass from Tenacious D is the guest on Ep. 154 of the Jon of All Trades Podcast, debuting November 10, 2017.

It’s Kyle Gass! From Tenacious D! What else do you need me to write here? Just click on the episode and listen to it! Alright, I suppose I should mention that Kyle is here at Denver Film Festival 40 supporting his excellent movie Gnaw, in which he’s terrific. Here’s a [...]

November 10, 2017 Jon Denver Film Festival 2017, Podcast 0

Ep. 153: Andrew Novick – Director, JonBenet’s Tricycle

Andrew Novick is the director JonBenet's Tricycle, a documentary premiering at Denver Film Festival, and he's the guest on Ep. 153 of the Jon of All Trades Podcast, debuting November 8, 2017.

Andrew Novick is the director of JonBenet’s Tricycle, a documentary premiering at Denver Film Festival 40. Intrigued? I certainly was. Here’s the synopsis: “Andrew Novick – a Mile-High legend as the man who collects almost everything – forges all sorts of emotional connections to the objects he acquires: either memories, [...]

November 8, 2017 Jon Denver Film Festival 2017, Podcast 0