As a video reporter and producer, I’ve interviewed Jon Voight at the Republican National Convention, Donna Karan inside her Urban Zen oasis, Bette Midler at the opening of a community garden in the Bronx, and discussed the blogosphere vs. the mainstream media with Arianna Huffington, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brezinksi of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and Bob Schieffer of CBS News.
During the 2012 Presidential election, I followed Mitt Romney’s campaign across the country for the satirical news series, Every Millionaire Counts Tour, which earned dozens of media mentions, including MSNBC and CNN.
In the fall of 2008, for Conde Nast Portfolio, I went to Wall Street and breathalyzed people to account for the economic downturn in a viral video called “Wall Street Got Drunk.”
I was asked to produce this presentation for the conference of the American Society of Journalists and Authors to share what I’ve learned about producing online videos:
A sample of videos I’ve produced
Ad Master at Work: Tommy Hilfiger, Mtv, Esquire are just some of the brands that have experienced the George Lois touch. Lois’s decade of Esquire covers capturing the turbulent 1960s are on permanent display at the Modern Museum of Art. Here’s a look at the legend at work:
How to Make Money on Etsy: Nguyen Le’s knitted wonders went viral after she started selling them on Etsy. The Brooklyn artist explains how she turned her hobby into an enterprise:
Vegan Southern Cooking: Best-selling cookbook author of the Happy Herbivore series, Lindsay Nixon shows you how to achieve the buttery goodness of Southern pot pie, vegan-style: