Jared excels at streamlining complex content to create videos that are visually, intellectually, and emotionally powerful. As a newcomer to video, I was struck by how much value Jared’s work added to my colleagues’ human rights reporting. Jared maintains his vision and his great good humor always, which was much appreciated in a high-pressure environment.
Comical mashup video I created for my personal YouTube channel.
Creatively edited video of a child’s Tang Soo Do yellow belt test, using footage and photos shot on various point-and-shoot cameras and smarphones, set to Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger.”
Creatively edited wedding video, using footage and photos shot on various point-and-shoot cameras and smartphones, set to the couple’s wedding song, Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love.”
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) video highlighting their success treating HIV and chronic non-communicable diseases in Uganda.
VossCo.com, as seen through Tagxedo.com’s word cloud goggles.
The official website for the short film Behind Bars, built using design elements from the DVD packaging.
Custom YouTube channel design, consisting of a single background image and an “image map” overlay. The channel was designed to replicate Physicians for Human Rights’ website.
This print project, a Physicians for Human Rights policy brief, was created using Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. I incorporated text and photos into a template created by a colleague, and refined some design elements.
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) video highlighting their program training midwives in Afghanistan.