These are the “Public” videos that I am allowed to share:


For this video, I shot a good portion of the video, built graphics from scratch, and did all text effects.  Audio is from a lady on fiverr.com.  The goal was to create a video to help raise funds for the “Girls Get IT!” camp.

 

A family bike ride through to and through the park.  Testing out my ability to record video from a bicycle as I am contemplating a larger bicycle production.

 

For this video, I shot a good portion of the video, built graphics from scratch, and did all text effects.  The goal was to create a video telling Erika’s story about how she became interested in Technology because of her attendance in the “Girls Get IT!” camp.

 

A short video that I did quickly to share at church.  I used my hand-made tripod dolly pulled by a rope and gear-reduction motor to slowly move up on the bottle.  I thought that it worked pretty well for less than an hour to setup and record the video.

 

For this latest video, I shot 100% of the video, built graphics from scratch, and did all text effects.  The goal was to create a video ~30 seconds to pique interest in the GGIT program.  More videos are forthcoming for this project.   To record the video, I used a variety of techniques including hand-held, time-lapse dslr, and use of a table-dolly.

 

This is a short video that I pieced together for the girls during Week #2 of the 2012 GGIT Camp.  The goal was to give the girls a glimpse of the week so that they could see how far they had come since Monday morning.  To record the video, I used a variety of techniques including hand-held, time-lapse dslr, and use of a table-dolly.

 

A video from earlier this year. I recorded the interview video and created the graphics, but all action shots were recorded by volunteers and teachers during the event using Flip cameras.