launching creative projects and helping non-profit organizations grow

Waveform provides business development for arts projects, film and media productions, cultural organizations, and non-profit organizations.



Odyssey Networks

America Media

The First Guru, a film by Raja Choudhury


Latin American Cultural Week in New York City

Pan American Musical Art Research (PAMAR)

Cathedral Arts Live

Grace Community Services

United Community Corporation

Mercer Street Friends

8 Extraordinary Greens gallery exhibition at Mixed Greens Gallery

All Saints Community Service and Development Corporation / Jubilee Center

New York Council on Adoptable Children

World According to Shorts film exhibition program

The New Public, a film by Jyllian Gunther

Saving Antiquities for Everyone (SAFE)

Birds of Brooklyn public audio exhibit

Theater Voices


Filmmaker and media artist Barbara Bickart

Visual artist Jenna Spevack

Media artist Carrie Dashow

Photographer and artist Khiang Hei

Chess in the Schools



Waveform was created by Matt Isaac, a former Film and Media Arts Curator, Program Director, Executive Director, and Development Officer for media arts and cultural organizations in New York. He has curated, produced, initiated, managed, or presented projects at Artists SpaceQueens Museum of ArtElectronic Arts IntermixNew York Live Arts (formerly Dance Theater Workshop), Margaret Mead Film FestivalKnitting FactoryHallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, and CEPA Gallery, among many others.

He founded and was Executive Director of Perimeter Media + Culture Projects, a 501(c)3 cultural organization that presented film festivals (including the New York Animation Festival), media arts exhibits, educational workshops, and international arts exchanges in collaboration with consulates, arts organizations, and festivals in more than 20 countries.

Matt helps artists, organizations, and projects with publicity and promotion, and has participated in the production of and funding for film and television productions, including several documentaries broadcast nationally on PBS.

He has served as a review panelist for public funding agencies (including the New York State Council on the Arts re-grant program), a juror for film and media arts festivals, and as a presenter and moderator for public panels and discussions.

As a business development consultant, Matt has helped design programs and secure more than $35 million in funding for cultural organizations, film and arts projects, and non-profit agencies.

He has helped conceptualize projects, and strategize for and secure a wide variety of federal, state, municipal, and private grant funding for new and existing programs.

He has an MA in Communications / Media Studies from The New School for Social Research in New York City, and is a member of the board of directors of Northwest Film Forum.