A promotional video for M3 Cycling, a greater-Boston nonprofit youth cycling team and mentoring program, aimed at attracting new cyclists, mentors, and sponsors.
An in-depth profile of M3 Cycling, a nonprofit youth cycling team and mentoring program that brings bicycle racing to children and teens with socio-economic barriers in the greater Boston area. This video tells the story of M3, from concept to reality, exploring their goals, accomplishments, and the positive effects experienced by members.
Promotional video featuring a clip of my acting work in the Showtime series Brotherhood, featuring complex, multilayered motion graphics and sound effects.
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.
Management Sciences for Health (MSH) video highlighting their program training midwives in Afghanistan.
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!