JaSunni Productions, LLC is available for computer consulting in the areas of text mining, multimedia, web design, mobile apps, and custom training solutions.
Jason V Brock is a Senior Consultant specializing in visual applications, photography, and graphic design. Sunni K Brock, Senior Architect, is a technical and creative leader with passion for learning and data analysis. Together, they bring over 40 years’ combined experience in R&D, QA, and technical support.
JaSunni Productions has provided consulting services for Microsoft, Adobe, the Cherokee Nation, Cisco, the Veterans Administration, UTS, Sonic Solutions, RIMG, Tecology, and other companies providing training, improving processes and products through Enterprise Project Management technologies such as Microsoft Project Server, SharePoint, Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, and related technologies.
Sunni K Brock
In her career at Microsoft, Sunni was a pioneer in integrating customer needs and cutting-edge technology back into products and the winner of several awards for product and process improvements. She holds a black belt in Six Sigma and has proven ability in designing the customer experience in interfacing with software features. She is experienced in Agile methodologies, serving as both Scrum Master and Scrum Product Owner and has led many projects to success. She also an excellent mentor, providing coaching to teams implementing these methodologies. She has written nearly a thousand technical articles, created multi-media training, and developed numerous software tools. She is also a field expert in implementing intelligent algorithms and language analysis.
As a technical trainer and courseware developer, she delivered over two dozen IT Pro training courses and developed materials and demos for Microsoft TechNet and MSDN on topics such as Windows Server 2008 R2, IIS and Web Application Development, Silverlight, SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services, Forefront, and System Center as well as comparison and interoperability documents, training, and demos for Oracle (WebLogic), Linux/Unix, Apache, and more.
Project Server 2010 and SharePoint 2010. Project Management. Database and process design. Information retrieval/text and data mining. Product and process improvement. Multimedia/Digital Imaging, Audio/Video Editing and Production. HTML/XML. All Microsoft Applications. Expert Hardware and Software Troubleshooting. Technical Writing.
Jason V Brock
Jason V Brock is a critically acclaimed and award-winning writer, editor, artist, composer, and filmmaker. Originally from Charlotte, NC, Brock has traveled expansively, living in Seattle, Los Angeles and the Portland, OR area, but he feels most at home in Europe (Firenze, Praha, Paris, and Wien). He is a liberal and an atheist with Hindu and Buddhist leanings.
His wife and soulmate, Sunni K Brock, live with their reptile brood in Vancouver, WA.
Their interests are varied and include astrology, reading, vegetarianism/animal rights/health, herptiles, computers, science, psychology, virology, movies and music — especially 1970s-era Prog Rock: Yes, Goblin, Rush, King Crimson, [early] Genesis, and others. They have eclectic tastes, however, and, in addition to most Classical, Swing, Metal, Noise/Industrial, Bluegrass, Film Soundtracks, and Jazz. They also adore David Bowie, The Beatles, Paul Simon, Naked City/John Zorn, Mahavishnu, Chrome, Last Exit, The Clash, and NoMeansNo, to name but a few. (As guitarist/singer/writer for his bands, ChiaroscurO and Graft, Jason played live extensively, compiling a large selection of original musical material: more than 80 songs/improvisations. His compositions are often complex, dark and heavy, using exotic instrumentation, a “schizoid mixture of melodious hooks and avant-garde structure” as described by Creative Loafing reviewer Fred Mills. He now performs his own film soundtracks.)
They are the producers of multiple documentaries (all directed/written by Jason and edited by Sunni): The AckerMonster Chronicles! about agent and super-fan Forrest J Ackerman, which includes interviews with Ray Harryhausen, Dan O’Bannon, Joe Dante, John Landis, et al. Charles Beaumont: The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man (an overview of the life of the late Twilight Zone scribe) showcases (among others) Ray Bradbury, William F. Nolan, George Clayton Johnson, Harlan Ellison, and Richard Matheson. Image, Reflection, Shadow: Artists of the Phantastique (about the use of dark imagery throughout history) features H. R. Giger, Ernst Fuchs, Roger Dean, Robert Williams, Viktor Safonkin, and more of the greatest artists from the recent past.
The duos principal literary influences include: Borges, Lovecraft, Kafka, Serling, Chayefsky, Bataille, Faulkner, Vonnegut, Barth, Burroughs, Gabriel García Márquez, J. G. Ballard, Orwell, Arthur Miller, Shakespeare, Dante, Shelley, Homer, Poe, Robbe-Grillet, Richard Selzer, and the “Southern California Writing School” (Nolan, Beaumont, Johnson, Matheson, Tomerlin, Bradbury, et al). Jason’s art/poetry book, Totems and Taboos, was published in 2005 to excellent reviews. His fiction and nonfiction has also been published in S. T. Joshi’s Black Wings series, The Bleeding Edge: Dark Barriers, Dark Frontiers (which he co-edited with William F. Nolan), The Devil’s Coattails: More Dispatches from the Dark Frontier, Calliope, Ethereal Tales (UK), Paul Kane’s Shadow Writer (UK; Guest Writer for September, 2011), The Weird Fiction Review (print edition), Logan’s Run: Last Day (from Bluewater Comics), Dark Discoveries (where he served as Managing Editor and Art Director for over four years) and in the Hurricane Katrina/Animal Rescue charity anthology Animal Magnetism, in which he was the featured poet. Sunni has been featured in the online edition of Cemetery Dance and multiple other venues.
Jason has had several gallery showings of his art/photography (he is an expert in photographic technology), and counts Bosch, Brueghel, Michelangelo, Wrightson, Fuchs, Botticelli, Wolfgang Grässe, Dalí, Beksiński, Böcklin, Vesalius, the EC Comics stable of artists, Francis Bacon, Minor White, and Helmut Newton within his myriad inspirations. His graphic design background was well utilized when he worked for Morris Costumes, assisting with their enormous product catalog. His photos/artwork/graphic design have also appeared in Dark Discoveries, The Bleeding Edge, The Devil’s Coattails, Charlotte Magazine, Charlotte Spectrum Magazine, and others, and he was the featured artist in A Darker Vision (Australia) for five months in a row.
Both Brocks are currently deep in the production of books (via Cycatrix Press), CDs, DVDs, [NameL3ss] Digest (a annual publication in print, e-book, and online), screenplays, and novels.
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