In 2016, I had the pleasure of interviewing people on the front lines of the fight against HIV and AIDS. In the span of 18 hours, I performed and filmed the interviews, edited them into this brief video and published it on behalf of the MAC AIDS FUND.
My footage from the Women’s March on Washington.
If anyone would like to buy me a stabilizer rig…
Made a new intro slate for AtlanticLIVE videos. First ever After Effects project.
My biggest fear leaving SMPA with my degree was that their theoretical approach to media would leave me without any leverage in an increasingly skills-focused workforce.
Last week, I slapped together a small reel for our sponsors. My manager was shocked that I knew my way around Premiere and asked me to make a sizzle reel for our upcoming New York Ideas Festival. This is that video.
I put together this trailer as a favor for a friend to my boss and mentor. This is footage pulled from a massive archive shared by Mr. Green.
Director Zeke Reed called me to create a brief trailer for his production of The Last 5 Years just a few days before they lifted the curtain. This was shot, edited, and uploaded within 18 hours.
My final project for Digital Media Production.
I’ve been working on this project on and off since the beginning of the semester and love the combination of rookie mistakes and attempts at ambitious editing techniques. This is a visual representation of me learning how to produce media.
I came back to school to learn how to shoot and edit video. The theory and academia of graduate school is great, but nothing beats tangible skills.
This is the first video I ever shot and produced. I was a one man production team, setting up long shots from a tripod and praying no one would steal my equipment while I ran in and out of the frame.
My first attempt at video with sound. Gina Michele DePalo and the wonderful cast of Rent were kind enough to allow me in their rehearsal for a day.