Chief Executive Officer
Erik Lewis began as E.D. in the Twentieth Century – November, 1999. At LMCTV, Erik continues a multi-faceted career in television, having previously worked as a producer for WNET, Lifetime, TruTV and others as well as on his own documentaries and projects for his production company. “I like action, hands-on. Professionally I’ve been a soundman, video editor for news, cameraman, producer, writer, vtr operator, production assistant. I like the rush of production. But of all, this is my favorite job because there’s an immediate connection to the people who view us.” Other interests include writing, swimming, bicycling and family. Production tip: pre-plan meticulously, then go with the flow and be prepared to change. Favorite TV show/s: The Singing Detective and Law and Order. Favorite film: Ikuru by Akira Kurosawa.
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Chief Operating Officer
Matt Sullivan is an independent filmmaker. He started his career at Emerson College in Boston, where he received his degree is Visual Arts. From Boston, he went on to Los Angeles where he worked in the production and art departments of several major television shows including 24, House, Castle, The Office and Deal or No Deal. Matt continues to direct and produce his own work including commercials, music videos, and short films.
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Government and Community Events Coordinator
Christina was introduced to public access at an early age by attending New Rochelle High School and taking broadcasting classes. She was intrigued and soon joined the technical crew club where she covered school plays, varsity sports games and music events held at her school. By senior year she was Captain of that club and managed the broadcasting of the New Rochelle Educational channel. She pursued her media studies by attending Ithaca Collage’s Park School of communications and getting her Master’s Degree at LIU Brooklyn campus. After many post production jobs, she found a home at LMCTV. Her greatest production she boasts is her 2 young children Anthony and Sofia. She enjoys filming and editing PSA’s for her volunteer and advocacy work to improve birth in the United States.
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Studio Production Manager
Sports Program Manager
After years of working as a crew member on LMC Varsity Sports, Rob Moretti joined LMCTV in January ’12 as Community Sports Producer. While a student at Mamaroneck High School (’05), Moretti produced coverage of Mamaroneck athletic contests, was part of an award-winning teen news show team, and hosted a sports talk show. Moretti is a 2010 graduate from the Masters program in News and Documentary at New York University. He previously worked as an Associate Producer for the video department at MarloThomas.com and as a Web Producer at NorthJersey.com.
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Bulletin Board/Office Manager
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Senior News Producer – The Local Live
Back in Peru, during the terrorism years, Sheyla Navarro grew up watching journalists report on horrific acts of violence and corruption in the late eighties and early nighties. The courage of investigative reporters fighting to expose the truth to the Peruvian people, woke up Navarro’s passion to start a career in Journalism. News reporting makes her heart beat fast, especially if she is breaking news. After ten years of school, combined from her time at the Peruvian University of Applied Sciences and at SUNY’s Purchase College, she finally obtained her yearned for Journalism degree in 2013.
She has worked in Peru as a magazine editor, political writer, radio host and television reporter. Her experience in New York started at LMCTV as a community producer, later at CNN America in the production of Early Start and Starting Point working with CNN anchors Soledad O’ Brian, John Berman, Zoraida Zambolin, Christine Romans and Brooke Baldwin. Now she is running LMCTV’s first news magazine show The Local Live. Sheyla loves teaching children and students to become reporters and editors. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for internship and volunteer opportunities at The Local Live.
After earning his degree in Visual Arts at Fordham University, Stephen began freelancing as a photographer/videographer. He worked on a number of independent films and as a production assistant for What Not to Wear and WETV’s Amazing Wedding Cakes. Stephen started at LMCTV in 2009 as an intern before working and assisting on LMC productions like LMC Varsity Sports, The Local Live, and other community events. He has also taught Photoshop to continuing education students and volunteered his photography for events like LMCTV’s Annual Award Night and The 2015 Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
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Video Reporter, Community Connection
Video reporter for LMC-TV since 1983. An early practitioner of community access, I got my reportorial inspiration from John Alpert who singlehandedly covered news events for NBC-TV in the 1970s and 1980s. He got his start at another community access station, Downtown Community Television, near Canal Street in Manhattan. Over the last 25 years you have probably seen me setting up a tripod and camera somewhere in our tri-municipality to bring you local news and events, parades and memorials, all broadcast from LMCTV.