video production

This page includes examples of videos I shot and edited using Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and Photoshop for the purposes of training and educating.

video equipment training

I shot and edited this video to teach students, staff and faculty at the University of South Florida how to increase video production quality using a green screen at home.

I shot this video with a 360 degree camera and edited it with Adobe Premiere Pro to immerse students in a virtual reality environment so they would feel more engaged when taking my online TV news course at the University of South Florida. This VR video can be viewed in a computer browser, on a cell phone or tablet using the YouTube app, and inside of a mobile VR headset for the full immersive experience.

conference presentations

I created this video for the virtual 2020 JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention to show students how my Florida Focus TV news class is creating newscasts remotely. The video includes tips on green screens, cell phone videography and virtual workplace communication strategies.

compliance training

I shot and edited this video to explain why participants are asked to sign a consent form to participate in a study to ensure my research team is in compliance with IRB policy.

software training

I shot and edited these videos to teach students how to edit videos and graphics.

news stories

This is an example of a video I edited on Adobe Premiere Pro as part of a TV news class that I taught at the University of South Florida. This are part of a series of stories about social justice. I taught students how to write scripts and edit videos that make an impact on their communities. These aired on Tampa’s PBS station in America’s 13th largest media market.

promotional videos

I edited these videos in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.

emerging technology analysis

I shot and edited this video using Adobe Premiere Pro to analyze how virtual reality technology will shape the future of education.

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