Videos

Urban Land Institute Transit Oriented Development Summit – Promotional Video

I wrote, shot and edited this short promotional video for the Urban Land Institute’s Transit Oriented Development Summit. The video was sent out in e- blast and featured on media outlets like Curbed.


Pepsi Refresh Grant Recipient #29: Bike Loc

See Aaron and Robert promote local food as they ride their bikes from New York to California. I edited this mini-documentary about the Pepsi Refresh Project grant recipients, which played on the Refresh Project webpage. This, and other mini-docs I edited, told the stories of the Refresh Project community, and served as marketing material for Pepsi.

GOOD Transparency: Modern Retail

The internet is changing how we shop online and off. I researched and wrote this video infographic that depicted online trends for shoppers and retailers.

The Hollywood Farmer’s Market: A Unique Urban Form

Enjoy this exploration of a tried and true, yet totally temporary urban form.  See the city streets come to life at a time they might otherwise be empty.  I shot and edited this market montage inspired by my weekly visits. This video was selected for the Freewaves: Out the Window public art project and aired on buses all over Los Angeles County.

CicLAvia: Fundraising Video

I created this promotional video for CicLAvia, a new public space in Los Angeles. The video helped the non-profit raise $7000 on kickstarter.com, and was an important outreach tool for their inaugural event in fall 2010. The event now draws crowds of up to 100,000, and introduces new cyclists and transit riders to a city they didn’t think was possible.

Earth 2100: Trailer for an ABC documentary

Earth 2100 chronicles the next 100 years on Earth, based on the predictions of scholars of economics, climate change, ecology and anthropology. For the innovative ABC News documentary, I contributed to the writing process of the film and edited this show trailer.

GOOD Look: Wireless Parking San Francisco

For the magazine and website GOOD, I assistant edited this mini-documentary about new wireless parking sensors in San Francisco. The sensors reduce congestion by helping drivers find parking more quickly, and are coupled with new prices that vary based on demand.

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