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.
I created this video for a virtual convention to show how I converted an in-person class to an online class where students create TV shows remotely. The video includes tips on green screens, cell phone videography, and virtual workplace communication strategies.
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.
As part of my role as Faculty Innovation Fellow, I created training videos to help university faculty and staff produce their own online course videos. This one gives people quick tips on improving their on-camera lighting.
I shot and edited this video to train faculty and staff to improve audio quality in their videos.
I shot and edited these videos to teach students, faculty, and staff how to edit videos and graphics.
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.
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 was 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.
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.