, CEO of USA Forensics, has over 32 years of experience as an Audio and Video Forensic Expert and Consultant
. Mr. Neumeister specializes in Clarifying Videos, Still Pictures (film and digital), and Audio Recordings
. He is a Forensic Consultant for the U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. District Courts, U.S. Grand Jury, and several other Federal Agencies.
Mr. Neumeister has worked in or been contracted by clients in 25 countries as a Technical Expert. He is currently working as an Audio and Video Forensic Consultant for numerous large multinational companies such as Microsoft, Nike, Cox, Honeywell, U-Haul, Southwest Gas, Good Samaritan Hospitals, AvNet, Boeing, MD Helicopters, Intel, Weston Hotels, and various Las Vegas Casinos to name a few.
As a Civilian Military Contractor, Mr. Neumeister offers his Aerial Photography / Rescue / Surveillance Services
to Law Enforcement and Wildlife Rescue. He has over 14,500 Flight Hours of Jet Helicopter Photography experience in Film, HD Video, Research, Surveillance, and Search & Rescue. Mr. Neumeister is the recipient of 39 EMMY AWARDS from the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences for Technical Excellence and over 40 additional National & International Awards. He is also a winner at the Cannes Film Festival for Technical Audio Excellence.
Areas of Expertise
- 2013 Cover Article of The Private Investigator on: "Surveillance Recording Enhancement and Recovery"
- "High Tech, High Stakes" Published in Expert Ease - National Forensic Publication
- Consultant to CPU Magazine as a Forensic Audio and Video Expert on Hardware and Software
Certifications and Affiliations
- Audio & Video Analysis
- Voice Enhancement, Verification, Authentication
- Forensic Voice Comparison
- Forensic Linguistics
- Video Enhancement
|Aerial SurveillanceStill Photography EnhancementVideo Up-Resolution to HD Court ExemplarsFacial Comparisons / RecognitionEmmy Award Winning Crime Scene Recreations|
:ACFE, ABRE, APA, NATAS, BMI, ASCAP, AES, ACFEi, PSA, NAB
View Bryan Neumeister's Expert Witness Profile
We've all seen the TV crime shows where the forensic technician opens the grainy surveillance, then zooms in on a tiny face, license plate or scrap of paper, hits the enhance button and, magically, the image becomes sharp and clear (accompanied by appropriate background music).