Video Portfolio: Residence Life

Project Title  Welcome to Wabash Description This video was created to encourage admitted students live on campus. The goal was to highlight an unscripted endorsement from a current student and show off our unique residence hall. I used a Nikon d7000 for video, a Zoom H4N and Audio-Technica AT899 for audio, and natural lighting. The editing
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Video Portfolio: Dr. Ali Malekzadeh – Roosevelt University’s 6th President

Roosevelt University announced the appointment of its 6th President on March 26, 2015. This video was created to be released alongside the official announcement email and press release. Due to scheduling constraints, the video was shot and edited in a single day. I used a Nikon d7000 for video, a Zoom H4N and Audio-Technica AT899 for audio, and natural lighting. The editing was performed in Adobe Premiere.
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Portfolio Video: Cable Mavericks Future of Television Contest

In 2011, I partnered with my fellow classmates, Jeff Hendrix and Junliang Wu, and entered a video in the Cable Mavericks Future of Television Contest. We postulate that the future of television will involve combining unlimited content with artificial intelligence and the social graph. This will put users in control of the content, not be restricted by it. We were selected as finalists, and I made a 10 minute presentation before a panel of judges in New York City on October 27, 2011.
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Portfolio Video: Ball State Digital Showcase #8

While at Ball State, I produced an audio and video podcast for an independent study credit. The podcast focussed on highlighting the achievements of my fellow classmates. In this episode, I talked to first year student Walker Foley about a trip he took to India and Nepal. While he was there, he shot a documentary, recording the cultural immersion of several of Ball State’s architecture students.
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Portfolio Video: Ball State Digital Showcase Episode #12

While at Ball State, I produced an audio and video podcast for an independent study credit. The podcast focussed on highlighting the achievements of my fellow classmates. In this episode, I talk to first year Digital Storytelling students: Lamar Clark-Gainous, Eric Schumacher, and Greg Raley-Barrett. They recently produced a commercial for the Ball State Digital Storytelling Program. They talk about the inspiration for the commercial, the technical difficulties, and the solution to those problems.

This episode differed stylistically from the other episodes in this podcast series, switching from an “on-camera interview” to a “documentary style interview.”
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