Jennifer E. Owen, B.A., M.A. has worked in the forensic audio and video field since 1995. She began her forensic career by working under the tutelage of her father, Thomas J. Owen, renowned international Forensic Analyst. Jennifer has completed numerous Forensic Audio, Video and Voice Identification trainings and is currently a member of The American College of Forensic Examiners and is on the board of The American Board of Recorded Evidence. Through out her training and career, Ms. Owen has lectured and co-presented at seminars throughout the United States with Thomas J. Owen. Owen Forensic Services concentrates on all Audio and Video analysis, as well as Voice Identification. O.F.S.s' work has resulted in countless successful outcomes for both the prosecution and the defense.
Thomas J. Owen also serves as the Chairman of the Audio Engineering Society's Standards Group SC-03-WG-12 on Forensic Audio. Mr. Owen is also the Chairman Emeritus of The American Board of Recorded Evidence.
Mr. Owen Worked at New York City's Lincoln Center Archives for eleven years as Chief Engineer. He has appeared on network television and on radio discussing audio and video matters. Mr. Owen Lectures extensively in the United States and has numerous publications in the Forensic Examiner.
Mr. Owen's qualifications as an expert witness have been demonstrated in more than thirty-five states for both prosecution and defense.
Mr. Owen has diligently and comprehensively examined the areas of Forensic Audio, Video, and Voice Identification in great detail since 1981. There are over seventy-five publications, presentations, and recordings available from the Audio Engineering Society, The American College of Forensic Examiners and others.
Mr. Owen has appeared as a Consultant to ABC Nightline, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, FOX 5 NY, NPR Radio, NOVA, Taipei, Chinese Television, Dateline, 60 Minutes, Law & Order, Forensic Files, CSI, CSI Miami, Lie to Me, Access Hollywood, 48 Hours, 20/20 and other Networks and Television Programs.
Court Qualified as expert in voice identification, audio and video authentication, signal processing, tape enhancement, recording industry practices.
To date: New York Southern District, New York Eastern District, New York, Buffalo, and New York State Court. Philadelphia, PA; Bethlehem, PA; Hartford, CT; Bridgeport, CT; New York Rockland County; Raleigh, NC; Newark, NJ; Mays Landing, NJ; Tottawa, NJ; Nashville, TN; Savannah, GA; Carmel, NY; Dover, DE; Tulsa, OK; Louisville, KY; Los Angeles, CA; Bowling Green, KY; Alexandria, VA; Zenia, OH; Kansas City, MO; Denver, CO; NY Bronx Superior Court, Manhattan Supreme Court; NYPD Arbitration Hearing Board; Morganville, West Virginia; Fresno, CA; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Washington DC; Maryland; Florida; Idaho, Las Vegas, Nevada, Hartford, CT, Evanston, IL, Somerville, NJ, Brooklyn, NY, Miami, FL and others.
Responsible for overall operations of Forensic Consulting business (including but not limited to) Audio and VideoTape Authentications, Enhancement, and Voice Identification. Fully equipped Audio-Video processing laboratory with digital capabilities for audio-video signal processing.
January 1979 - September 1989
New York Public Library at Lincoln Center
New York City, New York 10023 212 870 1609
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound
Duties: (included but not limited to) Audio Restoration, Video Restoration, Data Base Systems Management, Public Service Systems Management. Responsible for the Metropolitan Opera Archives (Broadcasts)
Responsible for 4 recording studios and public service projects.
Voice Identification, Tape Aging studies and Archival Storage.
1973 - 1978
Engineer, Producer, Quality Control for Springboard, Musicor, Viva, Trip Spector Record Labels.
Staff Producer for the above consortium of labels producing over 700 LP's.