Selected through a media proposal process by Burning Man, this creative short was selected to be filmed with the intention of highlighting “Radical Rituals” and general Burning Man culture in an effort to challenge traditional “dogmas, creeds, and the metaphysical.” It’s a highly creative short that indulges in lots of slow motion and unique visuals.
What is a strong woman? In December 2015, a team of American women, including the directors of the Center for Sport, Peace, & Society and former U.S. Women’s National Team soccer players Mary Harvey and Lori Lindsey, traveled to Egypt and Jordan to find out the answer. Over the course of two weeks, they visited six alumnae from the U.S. Department of State and espnW’’s Global Sports Mentoring Program to experience their work first hand. These inspiring changemakers — Dina Ibrahim, Hayam Essam, Yasmin Helal, Caroline Maher in Egypt and Dima Alardah and Batoul Arnaout in Jordan — have won medals, launched NGOs, empowered communities, and even brought sport to Syrian women and girls in refugee camps. They are strong women empowering a new generation of girls and women in the Middle East. Learn more about the Global Sports Mentoring Program: http://globalsportswomen.org
This event video is a creative spin on highlights and pro vaping tricks from the Vape Jam 2016 vape expo in London. See brands like Liquid State, Charlie’s Chalk Dust, Ruthless, Vape Club, Space Jam, Vampire Vape and many more great and exciting brands from the UK, USA and Europe.
This short promo piece is the life’s blood of our heart. Not only did we have the pleasure of producing and editing this video, but are also a co-founder/facilitator of this mobile library. All content was shot by local Malagasy people too! One of which, Hery, is a main camera op, wife to the project coordinator and one of the three key members to the mobile library project. Empowerment runs through and through on this lovely project. To learn more please visit the Mobile Library Project website or visit the Madagascar Mobile Library FaceBook page.
This video utilizes a special social media savvy style called Flat Lay.
This means the majority of the video is filmed in a bird’s eye pov. When social media platforms like Facebook mute videos, having a screen titled video like this is a must.
Commissioned by VapeClub and Space Jam, the goal for this video was to showcase the most creative event filming for the first Vape Jam in London, with intentions of viral marketing for the target audience. This viral event video hybrid has achieved success among the vaping community/ vaping sub culture and continues to increase exposure and recognition for the brands as views continue to grow.