Regardless of my title I have always been hands-on “in the trenches” as a content creator. I am a pro-sumer level video and audio storyteller. I love working with agencies when the budget allows! But I am quite adept at rolling up the sleeves and creating when the budget is limited.
Podcasts I produced (extensive interviews each edited to 12 minutes)
- Dr. Larry Elchuck talks about using open source (and other things) in virtual classes
- A short interview with the Cleveland Museum of Art
- A short interview with the Potter’s School
- A short interview with the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC)
Videos I produced
Some of these videos were produced in a guerilla fashion on practically no budget. I provide them here to show that I can create on my own if necessary (though I love to work with agencies).
- Benedent Adaptive Toothbrush
- A video module for training on an interactive whiteboard
- A video module for training on a business webconferencing product
- An ad-hoc demonstration of a videoconferencing product with some geeky details. (Note, this product is no longer available.)
This video is the shortest (and most fun) artifact for the Playrific Gazintu project setting up its “backstory” in a fun way. It was a precursor to what was supposed to be a series and a comic book. I wrote this, did the voiceover, coached the recent-college grad artist who did the drawings, and edited this myself.
This is a video I created based on the graphic work (PPT slides) of an agency our team directed. But I produced the video. It was part of an integrated marketing campaign to “C” level execs.
This video is an animation I wrote and voiced and produced for. It was animated by a young person I managed remotely and was used as the video for a crowdsourcing project.
While no big deal today, this video was created (in a marathon weekend!) to prove to customers that desktop videoconferencing was ready for prime time for the American Sign Language vertical.
This was a fun piece I created to show a client that you don’t have to spend a lot of money or use “Flash” to create a really interesting video.
This is a video I created to show folks how to integrate off-the-shelf hardware into an existing SaaS application.
This fun piece was an answer to a Seth Godin post. Although the finger puppets were purchase commercially, I created the “set” by hand.