With over 30 years experience, Lou Rera is an expert in the creative arts.
Lou's career spans over three decades working with video and film, graphics and animation, original music, original short stories, multimedia and web based projects. Lou Rera has an extensive background as a producer, director, graphic designer, musician—writing original scores and fiction.
His experiences have taken him to studios in Los Angels and New York City. Lou has worked for clients that range from corporations to the U.S. Government agencies.
Lou Rera is currently examining the affects of social media in education. He is exploring new ways to work in the classroom through the integration of social media tools.
In January 2014, Lou Rera working with students from the Television & Film Arts Program at Buffalo State College, will work to complete production that began in April 2013 on a short film based on a short story by Stephen King. The film's titled BIG DRIVER, is from King's 2011 book titled Full Dark, No Stars.
Lou will return to the recording studio with Bill Torrico to produce drum and piano tracks for reproductions of songs from the Beatles' White Album and Sgt. Pepper. Jim Sommers, engineer and owner of Loft Recording Studio will record the new tracks.
Lou has three new flash fiction stories published in a flash anthology titled: Queen City Flash with a book launch scheduled for March.