Earlier this year I was asked to collaborate on a video with JDRF that answers the question, Who is the type to ride and fundraise for a cure for type one diabetes? My role was director and photographer for a shoot that took place over a couple of days. The organization’s marketing department provided a script and editing.
Seminaries continually explore how to remain relevant at a time when interest in some traditional religious institutions is declining. Earlham School of Religion introduced a Certificate in Entrepreneurial Ministry. The program guides and supports ministers who perform ministry in non-traditional contexts. As the program reached the end of its first year, I had an opportunity to interview members of the class about their experiences.
Brands often focus on product benefits and attributes, when the process behind them is the key to delivering value. This video I created for CPP Global tells a story about the company’s commitment to lean manufacturing principles and what this means to customers.
The JDRF Piedmont Triad Hope Gala raises over a million dollars for type one diabetes research each year. I was asked to produce this year’s Fund a Cure video, which focuses on the story of the gala honorees and their family, and kicks off a series of donations to the organization. This video features Wake Forest University Athletic Director Ron Wellman, JDRF advocate and volunteer Linda Wellman, Ron and Linda’s daughter Dr. Nicole Wellman Rice, Nicole’s family, and JDRF volunteers Red and Marinda Maxwell.
Work on the video included story development, principal photography and editing.