This is an interview with American television journalist Jane Pauley, produced for the organization Encore Careers. A short video like this can serve to engage a network and build commitment to a cause.
A gritty look at a 33-year old female boxer from the suburbs outside of Montréal. Shot on 16mm film in French with English subtitles.
In 2008 and 2009, California’s San Joaquin Valley faced one of the worst droughts in the region’s history. This is a look at how the drought effected a single town.
It happened on Oct. 25, 2011 in downtown Oakland. It was before dawn in California when the Police forces decked out in riot gear showed up and the Occupy Oakland encampment was evicted.
This is an example of a quick-paced, high energy trailer, edited to provide a compelling overview of “Modernizing Liberalism,” a 3-day conference put on by a political think tank.
This video is an example of how we can research and produce high-definition video internationally. Seeking Asylum delves into some topics that are generally NGO-material (sexual orientation discrimination, immigration) in a journalistically-objective way.
This is an example of how we can combine interview clips with a variety of b-roll to create video pieces that work inside an application.
This is an example of a standup interview that incorporates graphics in order to visually illustrate complex ideas. In the interview, David Ropeik, the author of the book “How Risky is it, Really,” talks about how humans are cognitively wired to misinterpret risk – and why this is bad for policymaking.