I wrote, shot, wrangled the dogs and edited this short, fun video that gets emailed to clients on their pets' birthday.
I shot, edited and conducted the interviews for this video that explains a student program.
The request was to give an overview of this new initiative that was going to be rolled out company-wide. It was a complex rollout that created some anxiety in our employees, so I produced this video to give a brief overview mixed with testimonials of people who were part of the beta rollout.
I wrote, shot and edited this video to be used in an email that goes out to clients after they fail to show up for a scheduled appointment.
I wrote, shot and edited this video to be used in a internal presentation. The request was to communicate the value of email so that employees will feel motivated to collect email addresses from clients.
The request was to capture the essence of this 3-day event and show the video during the awards ceremony on the last night. I shot footage over the first two days then quickly turned around an edit in time for the show.
This was a promotional video for Trimet. It's a good mix of talking heads and b-roll, similar to other things I've done, but I included it to prove I don't have to have a pet in every video I make.
The company was moving its headquarters to a new location and wanted to give their employees a glimpse at how construction on the new building was going. I helped write the script, coach the talent and shoot and edit the footage.
I worked with the medical team to create the script for this informative video that gets sent to clients before their pet's dental appointment. I then shot and edited the video.
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I received my MFA in Video Production from Loyola Marymount University in
Los Angeles. While attending grad school, I started my career in a production house setting editing movie and video game trailers. Late nights, tight deadlines and high-profile clients were the norm and I thrived in the fast-paced environment.
I left LA after 5 years and moved up to Portland, OR where I got a job as a video producer at a large corporate headquarters. Since my company had 10,000 + employees nationwide, video became an important tool for communicating new initiatives and processes. I created videos for educational, promotional and informational purposes.
After 6 years of living and working in Oregon, I traded one Portland for another, and moved across the country to Portland, ME.
I'm now a full-time freelance video producer and loving life.