Video Production

Resources Used

  • Windows PC & Macbook Pro

  • iPad Pro 10.5"

  • Apple Pencil II

  • Sony mirrorless camera, and various Sony & Sigma lenses

  • iPhone 8 plus and iPhone 13 Pro Max

  • Rode, Audio-Technica, or on-device microphones

  • LED 660 continuous with soft boxes

  • Adobe Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Audition, LumaFusion Video Editor, Camtasia, Adobe Premiere Rush, Illustrations created in Affinity Designer

Videos

Most of my video work is not viewable by the public due to intellectual property rights of the institutions for which I created the content. Most of it is internal video used in lessons in a Learning Management System (LMS). 

Because I unfortunately don't have access to most of those, what I've provided for you here are a few short videos I've made for a variety of reasons, some as a hobby, and some with my children.

  • The "Potting a Plant" video is a simple demonstration of various effects in Adobe Premiere Rush, which I filmed, edited, and published one afternoon (as part of a training exercise). 

  • The Amazing Ways to Start a Speech video is content I made for a YouTube channel.

  • The Southwire Dancer VM401 Training video, I created at Southwire for the purpose of training new operators. The video is part of an Articulate Rise SCORM package, which I uploaded to their LMS. 

  • The Halloween-themed video is a Dry Ice Experiment I recorded with my children as a YouTube video.

  • In the "Counting 11-20" voiceover video, even though the core of the animation is from an app called Papumba, I added to the video with some simple animations to clarify a few points.

 

The children's videos are for a side project I created with my children, called BrainPlayTV. You'll notice a different style and look across the various clips.  I'm a communication expert so I highly value audience analysis when creating videos.