Longer clips from my various different productions.
00:00 - United States Marine Corps Behavioral Health Entry Level Training Drama. In this 26 minute drama, a group of Marines deal with the loss of a friend and a brother as well as the day to day stresses of the being a Marine. It is part of a larger training course that every new Marine receives prior to their first duty assignment. I served as lead writer, co-producer, director, color corrector, online editor, and post-production supervisor.
01:39 - This is the trailer that I edited for my Graduate Thesis s16mm film 'Gift'. Here's the link to the full film: vimeo.com/22300742 I was the writer, producer, director, editor, color corrector, and motion graphic artist.
02:58 - This is the first of nine videos of a larger training course that tackles a wide range of difficult subject; everything from combat and operational stress, family advocacy, sexual assault prevention, suicide prevention and alcohol & substance abuse. I served as the lead editor, post-production supervisor, color corrector, media manager, and cinematographer for about a third of the 60-some interviews for the project.
4:12 - Expanded Access - A promotional piece for the USPS.com redesign. I served as the co-producer and director of photography.
05:19 - Estates Drive - A 30-minute no-budget documentary about an incident on May 27, 2007 where two firefighters nearly lost their lives. This winner of a TIVA-DC Peer award has screened for fire stations across the country. I served as co-producer, videographer, and editor. Here's the link to the full video: vimeo.com/5601285
07:21 - An event video commemorating the 25th anniversary of the USPS, Valassis, and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's partnership. One of my many, many one-man-band videos.
08:13 - MTE & You - A training video about the change in SOPs regarding handling of Mail Transport Equipment... basically, a How-to-Stack-a-Box video. I wrote, produced, edited, shot about a third of it, as well as did some of the motion graphics.
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