Corporate Videos

Scroll down to see samples of some of my corporate/company projects.

 

Some corporate customers: Loving Families; Kleimann Communications; Consumers Union; Whole Foods; Property Management Association – DC; Offit-Kurman; Pennsylvania State University; Montgomery Blair High School Alumni Assn; The Business Side, Inc; Baltimore-Washington SAMPE® Chapter; Cynosure Health Solutions; Wharton Club of DC

An interview with Chick Hernandez of Comcast SportsNet about his years at Montgomery Blair High School, where he lettered in three sports (baseball, football, and swimming...notably the 85 Fly...). This was one of 11 interviews that provided voiceovers for videos detailing the school's 75-year history. Videos were part of the celebration for about 1300 attendees at the Strathmore Music Hall. I was also the lead videographer for a team of four cameramen that documented the anniversary weekend activities, and edited and produced a 2-DVD set. Other full interviews with Nora Roberts, Connie Chung, and Goldie Hawn were provided to the Maryland Women's Museum. See and order more Blair videos.

The 2012 Brambleton Ribbon Run was a 5K/10K/Kid's Fun Run event organized by the Step Sisters (http://www.StepSisters.org), a 501c3 organization of women and men in Loudoun County's Brambleton community and beyond that joined together five years ago to take on the challenge of fighting breast cancer. The Step Sisters have raised more than $500,000 for the breast cancer cause in nearly 6 years. This video was produced for publicity use on their web site. A slightly longer version was submitted with Brambleton, VA's successful submission for recognition as a "Runner Friendly Community."

This is one of six videos of workshops by Olga Bloch of Loving Families. To keep costs reasonable, screen grabs were made of each slide. This is an economical way to handle this category of video production. A slightly more expensive approach can be seen in the video below.

The h.264 encoded mp4 file was provided, and also uploaded directly to her YouTube account.

This video of a presentation to a technical society chapter in a darkened room included insertion of the slides in sequence. The slides were provided as a PowerPoint file. This is more costly than just using screen grabs. Although it provides more easily seen graphics, the disadvantage is that the viewer does not see to what the speaker is pointing.

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