I’m stoked that one of my mentors, Michael Werner (@mwerner1) & Multimedia Journalist Katie Campbell (@KatieCampbell), have produced a 30 minute documentary entitled “Undamming The Elwha” in collaboration with KCTS and EarthFix. Continue reading “What Inspires Me: Undamming The Elwha River”
The state of newspaper video moderated by Sean Samuels of Hungry Eye mag with Chuck Fadely of the Miami Herald, Duy Linh Tu, professor and director of digital media at Columbia Journalism School, Matt Allard of Aljazeera and Dan Chung of The Guardian and DSLR News Shooter is discussed in this video recorded at NAB 2012.
Continue reading “NAB 2012: The State of Newspaper Video”
A unique and compelling interactive story produced by News21 in coming to grips with a controversial form of energy that is contributing greatly to Climate Change – and the effects it has on more than just the environment.
I honestly believe you can’t produce compelling multimedia stories without having a core value system /mission statement of what you do in place.
via @RickGershon, @tmmcla & @MediaStorm
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The Owner of Lamare Guitars, Paul Weaver, commissioned me to tell his story of the process he employs in creating his handmade guitars. Utilizing hand tools only, he wanted to showcase and tell his story of what is entailed in the process of creating each guitar that he creates for his clientele.
Shot on Canon DSLR and all post production done in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 and Audition 3.0
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A compelling story directed and edited by Eliot Rausch, one of today’s most compelling multimedia storytellers.
One word: Outstanding
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Learn where this amazing documentary filmmaker and storyteller came from and why he does what he does. A genuine human being who tells deeply moving stories – Major Props!
Great use of audio narrative, ambient audio and a sense of slight movement in the still images to tell a story that is engaging and informative.
Major props to DuckRabbit for being at the forefront of the photofilm movement
What Inspires Me: Flying Rhinos by Green Renaissance (@GreenRenaissanc)
Gorgeous footage, great camera work, tight editing, great audio. Need I say more?
This is how video for the web should be produced. Tell the viewer a story with a REAL purpose, not the pablum most deem “important”