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Video Production

My video experience ranges from short form 30 second commercials to more typical productions including year end reports, blogs, videos for capital campaigns and documentaries. I shoot with traditional video cameras, including a Panasonic AG-CX350 and a AG-HPX 170.  I also shoot with Nikon full frame digital SLRs.  All the cameras that I use shoot in 4K UHD and the standard 1080p/i HD format in a variety of video codecs in 8 bit or 10 bit. All codecs use the standard AVCHD and MOV video stream. This also includes the drone that I use for video. I also work in the popular ProRes codec.  All of these codecs and video streams are native to the Edius video editor that I use to edit projects.  This is very efficient and saves time in the editing process.

The videos on this page are just a couple examples of projects that I have worked on. You will have to return often as I plan on updating these videos regularly.

Drones are becoming more popular everyday. Drone footage (and photos) can be used in nearly every video project. This project is a short video showing the versatility of drones.

“Art Therapy – Healing Through Art”
This video is a remake of a video that I helped produce a couple of years ago. The script was written by the Art Therapy staff. Will Waterman and I shot the video. I did the show design and editing.

“Medical Minute – Stroke”
This video is an example of a video blog or short video on a specific topic. There are many organizations and companies doing these short “blog” type videos on topics of interest and currently trending. This video was produced by McLaren Greater Lansing in collaboration with the Spartan Sports Network. The McLaren marketing staff selected the topic(s) and wrote the outline for the questions. The show was taped on the campus of Michigan State University. I shot  the video along with Will Waterman. I did the editing and the staff at McLaren directed the project.

“When Seconds Count”
This video was produced to kick off a fund raiser for the McLaren Oakland Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan.  The hospital Foundation staff wrote the script and I shot the video along with Scott Bartlett and Will Waterman. I did the production design and edited the show.  This is another example of how a compelling story can be used to help promote a cause.  I have been fortunate enough to have been involved with many of these productions.  This one, however, is particularly motivating!