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.
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.
This Physicians for Human Rights video provides a brief introduction to the principle of Medical Neutrality, its foundation in medical ethics and international law, violations of Medical Neutrality, and steps that can be taken to protect and promote the principle. I produced, directed, edited, and narrated this video, which I also co-wrote with Andrea Gittleman.
It’s been a busy few months! I recently wrapped up production of a book trailer for Management Sciences for Health, Go to the People, and before that I produced Tao of Leadership, an MSH 40th anniversary video. Currently in the works is a video on the principle of medical neutrality for Physicians for Human Rights, as well as the redesign and redevelopment of several websites. Looking forward to what 2012 will bring!
I redesigned PHR’s email templates to make them easier to read and more effective communication tools.
This report was created for Physicians for Human Rights’ development department to use when seeking grants from foundations. I designed this report using Adobe InDesign. Some of the text in the following images has been blurred out to protect proprietary and confidential information.
I was an integral part of the Physicians for Human Rights’ team that managed the redesign and redevelopment process for PHR’s website in partnership with the team at Convio. I was involved in the brainstorming and decision-making of the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design as well as the information architecture (IA). I was also the principal troubleshooter and “fixer” of technical issues after the handoff of the site from Convio to PHR.
In 2010, Physicians for Human Rights investigated alleged human rights violations in Burma’s Chin State. PHR’s report, “Life Under the Junta: Evidence of Crimes Against Humanity in Burma’s Chin State”, reveals extraordinary levels of state and military violence against civilian populations. I produced this video to accompany PHR’s advocacy campaign and website, which I also built.
This microsite was developed to support the release of a report by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR). I modeled the colors, graphics, fonts after the design of the printed report. The foundation for this site was used again for a PHR emergency report site, Bahrain, Free the Docs!