Virtual Event: “Boom! Boom! X”

Virtual events take on a lot of forms these days. On the one hand, there are the fan panels I've been producing for Twin Cities Geek (more on that later). There are the more packaged videos that some groups are sending out instead of annual events. For "Boom! Boom! Out Goes Childhood Cancer X", Vince Murray and I put

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I happened to catch most of Dropkick Murphys livestream performance for St. Patrick's Day, which was distributed on YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter and Facebook. As social distancing is rule #1 for our culture in the wake of pandemic, this sort of performance will inevitably be a go-to for all kinds of artists w

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[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qoe1PGs7RU[/embedyt] I've been producing videos for Small Sums for several years now and I am always proud of the work we do together. Usually the gala event one of the highlights of this partnership. Unfortunately, like many non-profit organizations, Small Sums decided to

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Visual Storytelling at Home

While COVID-19 has affected me like everyone else, I've taken to working on some post-production work and projects that allow me to create remotely. I've taken to making videos with my young kid to help show him the process and to keep my visual storytelling chops. Some of his screen time is spent on YouTube, so I th

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I have produced over 700 short web video "marketing documentaries" for all manner of clients throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Illinois. These videos have been placed on websites such as Dex, Facebook, as well as many homesites for the businesses themselves. I have to say that less

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I prefer working with local non-profits for a few reasons, one of these is that I can use my skills and experiences to see a tangible result in the lives of my neighbors. Another is that the content is always dynamic and interesting. Usually these projects take the form of documentary storytelling, and that, by defini

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Event video is becoming more and more popular as access to the most basic tools is as easy as turning on an app or two on your device of choice. Likewise, it is also becoming more and more specialized as the options for video production ran the gamut from a simple live update to a fully crewed single-camera multi-locat

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