One of a series of 11 spanish language spots we did for the TN Board of Regents to educate the public about higher education opportunities in Tennessee. Krissy Mallory (since graduated) was our first Student-Spokesperson. All of the students helped write and performed in the videos.
Even though the department had been editing and shooting in HD for a year, this was the first project that I could do totally HD from concept to delivery.
A video presentation produced by MTSU for the 2010 Tennessee Board of Regent Meeting held on campus. I did the editing and design while Jon Jackson handled most of the shooting with archive footage thrown in. Nicki DeCroce and Kipp Lawton were a real joy to direct. A ton of people contributed to this project as you can see on the credits, but the main overseer and cat herder was Suma Clark. How she got the other hundred people to feed me scripts and whatever obscure resource I could imagine I have no idea. I was at the eye of a hurricane. Thanks to her and everybody else a truly massively collaborative effort was beautifully realized. I appreciate Suma, Pat Jackson, and Doug Williams for allowing me to pursue my artistic vision on how the piece should look.
First in a series of 11 Spanish PSAs produced for the Tennessee Board of Regents and Middle Tennessee State University. Produced as an educational outreach to the Hispanic community informing families of the opportunities available at TBR Universitys, Colleges, and Technology Centers. Thanks to Dr. Laura Clark and her partners for letting me be a part of this cool project
This is a piece I put together for Middle Tennessee State University's participation in an ESPN football game. Footage was provided by Jon Jackson and myself. Mostly shot HDV 1080i with Sony HVR S270U cameras, with some archival footage thrown in, it was edited on NewTek's SpeedEdit2.
Location direction was by Pat Jackson with script supplied by Andrew Oppmann and Doug Williams. Tom Tozer supplied the vo.