So far it's been really amazing working with UC Berkeley. Everyone is very intelligent, organized, and there is also a great crowd of younger people there too (obviously). Everyone is also involved in some of the most incredible and interesting things there. I'm learning a lot with them, and hope to keep working with them in the future. Doing videos for them has so far turned out to be a great way to occupy my time!
Today I was helping Phloy to create a kickstarter video for a project they are developing (REALLY COOL!). I got to talking to Jimmy, the CEO of Phloy design about a video I did for him before. The video was really spontaneous, and I'm not sure he really knew what he was going to get out of having me there. I went home and cut something together about what I had saw that day, and delivered it to him. He was really surprised at getting a video that expressed something about his design approach.
He told me today, that since then this simple video has helped him land multiple clients! This is not the first time I have heard this story. It makes me so happy when I hear that the work I have done for someone really did turn out to be a successful investment for them.
You can check out how he used the video here: http://www.phloy.com/services/design-research/
I think with larger institutions employing hundreds of people, they don't really experience the impact a small video can have on their business quite like a smaller business does. This is what makes working for small businesses so rewarding!
You wouldn't believe it... But making something as simple as these three videos actually takes a considerable amount of work and planning.
Recently I filmed radio producer Christopher Springmann for a short video for patientpower.info. While I've been involved in video projects for product launches, educational institutions, music videos, and educational content for career development, the business of producing content for the healthcare market is entirely new to me. I'm looking forward to learning more of what is happening in the sector, and how it all works. Here is Christopher Springmann: http://www.patientpower.info/video/asking-the-right-questions-could-save-a-life?autoplay=1
Recently I've been very interested in doing some HDR videography. While I'll need to hack my camera for this, this is my first ever test at an HDR photo. I love it!! Looking forward to taking more pictures like this.
I recently had a great time doing video Christopher Springmann; radio talent, and executive producer of "Life Love & Health" ( http://www.lifeloveandhealth.com/).
Recently we finished this model for an architect in South Africa. This is a really nice example of how we can effectively collaborate with people internationally using skype, email and other virtual productivity tools. Another deadline met!
Recently we were lucky enough to produce this video for the CCA / Osaka exchange program: http://www.evuntu.com/osaka.html
Check it out!
We are SO happy to be doing a video for the CCA Sculpture department. We truly consider this an honor to be able to do this video, and look forward to all the exciting discoveries waiting to be had there.