3 Tips for Keeping a Fresh Perspective on Video
Last week at See3, we created vision boards to set personal, professional and cause-based goals for 2015. While I wasn't able to make it to the office for vision boarding since I work in Switzerland, I wanted to share my big goal this year: to keep a fresh perspective on video. There are ways for me to do this both personally and professionally, and here are some ways I plan to accomplish my...
How Video Planning Helped Me Plan My Wedding
I like to think that most people don't fail to plan, but that they don't know that they need to plan and what to plan for! As senior video producer at See3, I’ve seen this conundrum unfold while planning videos for all kinds of organizations, which is why I am always glad to step in and ask the right questions to help organizations figure out what they should be planning...
Supply Chain Superheros: Addressing Environmental Impact and Rising Costs in the Freight Industry
We all know the stories of Superman, Catwoman, and even the Incredibles, but have you ever seen a superhero film about the shipping industry? You might not have given much thought to how your computer, clothing, or even your food got from its supplier to the retailer from which you purchased the product. The supply chain seems distant, but it plays an increasingly important role in how we receive...
5 DIY Video Tips
[This piece was originally posted as part of "Video Week" on Care2's Frogloop blog. Thanks to Allyson Kapin and the Frogloop team for inviting us to participate.]We love watching organizations take video into their own hands. The beauty of online video is that people are more interested in compelling content and stories than fancy camerawork. Pretty pictures can go a long way, but they’re not...