To see all the sessions – go to Daystar.com
I worked as one of three primary video techs supporting both the live stream, capture and show video content. I also was a camera operator at times too.
- Live Video Director – Nathan Grubbs
- Video Tech#1 – Drake Kelch
- Video Tech #2 – Jesse Maitand
- Video Content Director #3 – Liam Monroe
So, I was working with a client, and we wanted a way to use social media as a platform for reasons of politics and faith. We wanted to bring awareness to an issue regarding Starbucks CEO using his position to make a personal protest against our president. For that reason, we created this social media campaign to raise awareness as well as allowing people to make a protest by purchasing an alternative that would give people health and better energy.
We filmed a video using a simple iPhone, created a landing page, and then launched this with a facebook live video and uploading to youtube. Here’s the stats!
page visits = 1945
fb views = 13k
YES they actually converted into some customers 🙂
A great friend and coach in my life, suffered the loss of his father recently. I had the honor and privilege of making this memorial video. It was a fun and fascinating journey as we discovered parts of his dad we didn’t know about, as well as making a video that celebrated his lives accomplishments but focused on the spiritual success as well. This was a celebration and editorial all in one. 🙂
Filming took place in Canada.
Most of the interviews and narration were done via skype interviews.
A professional voice over talent was hired to read the “Brenda letters”.
This October, two big things happened for me. one, It was my 32nd birthday! Two, I toured with Bethel Music. Some of the biggest surprises for me were that I slept better on a claustrophobic three level bunkbed while it was driving, then I do at home in my bed! Showering only at night wasn’t as uncomfortable as this morning shower thought it would be. And finally, eating healthy while you have almost zero control over food was every bit as hard as i guessed, but I managed to do pretty darn well.
It’s always interesting to me, working in a media industry that literally puts 100% of the emphasis on how the audience/viewer experiences your production, that I can still be amazed and the experience myself. Thats how this tour was for me. Something I’ve been working in my entire life, but to still experience it as if it were new. Thats the greatest inspiration and the greatest reward.
And Finally, a shot of my mobile production setup