Working with Suite Spot, I edited a video of the adidas Energy Boost launch while the event was happening. It was fun and a quick turnaround, we posted 4 hours after the event finished.
Shohei Shigematsu is Director of North America for the iconic architecture firm OMA. In this profile piece for CraneTV, Mr. Shigematsu gives me a tour of OMA’s New York office and discusses the thought process behind his work.
I can’t get enough of this old :15 commercial from Nike.
The digital production company Mizaplas is producing a new line of beautifully designed cooking apps. The first, Sara Jenkins’ New Italian Pantry, launched this week. I was brought onboard to edit videos that take you through the items every simple Tuscan pantry should contain.
Here is the introduction video.
Here is a short interview for 3rd Ward’s screening of The Afghan Project
Looking forward to the screening, hope some of you can make out to support the 3rd Ward multi-disciplinary workspace and education center.
Link for the event: http://www.3rdward.com/july-17-design-of-the-times/
3rd Ward is a multi-disciplinary workspace and education center. Here, you can take advantage of our Wood Shop, Metal Shop, Photo Studios, Jewelry Studios and Coworking Space, as well as learn new skills in one of our many classes.
Whether you’re a beginner looking for a creative outlet, or a seasoned professional in search of a full-time workspace solution, 3rd Ward can help.
THE AFGHAN PROJECT
A DOCUMENTARY SCREENING
FEATURING LIVE Q&A WITH THE DIRECTOR
Tuesday, October 4
Thor Neureiter, Columbia Journalism M.A. ’11 and Emmy–award winning
filmmaker, will screen his master’s thesis film “The Afghan Project,”
shot in Kabul. The Afghan people and the nation’s economy stand to
benefit from tapping into the country’s wealth of untapped mineral
resources. Thor examines how this nation, struggling with 30
years of strife, war, and disarray, could get from here to there.
We look forward to seeing you there!
SIPA Defense and Security Student Organization
(Keren, Dara, Travis, Jon, Jeff, Karen)
Come see The Afghan Project! Screening will be held at the Columbia School of Journalism’s Stabile Student Center at 6:30 PM. Q&A will follow the 1-hour film. Take the 1 train to the Columbia/116th St stop and follow the map at this link.