Walter Biscardi, Jr. is the creative genius and owner of Biscardi Creative Media. He founded his creatively driven company with one idea in mind: nothing is impossible, whatever you can envision, it can be created. In particular Biscardi believes we should use the biggest tool of all, the mind, to bring your vision to life. Walter is also a disciplined professional who understands the importance of a deadline and a budget.
Walter studied film and video production at the renowned Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University, New York. His career began with editing for a national and international audience at CNN.
Biscardi has produced and edited programming that airs on CNN, The Food Network, NBC, PBS, The Weather Channel, Univision, Georgia Public Television,, among others. In the corporate world, Walter and his company have produced for companies such as IBM, The Home Depot, Nortel, Kroger, Lamborghini, The North American Mission Board, Jacoby Energy, Foxwoods Resort Casino, and Oglethorpe Power to name a few.
Walter has received numerous awards and credits including a Peabody, national Emmy, multiple local Emmys, multiple Telly & Aurora awards several CableACE awards, and other honors. Walter’s creative vision, professionalism, and his ability to keep the production process fun for the client, make him a tremendous asset to any production.
A recognized industry leader, Walter has been recruited by companies such as Apple, Panasonic, AJA Video Systems, ATTO Technology, Red Giant Software, Blackmagic Design, and LaCie to test and find ways to improve hardware and software solutions for the film and video industry. In addition, Walter is a host for the industry leading CreativeCOW.net website and the author of “Stop Staring and Start Grading with Apple Color” on DVD.
When not in the edit suite or on location, you can usually find Walter in the kitchen cooking up some Italian specialties. Pizza on the Grill with freshly made semolina dough is a particular favorite!
thanks walter just got one shipped to london and its looking great. very little latency to and quick get around the menu.