Corporate- MD Anderson
I’m very happy with how this video turned out. I did this piece for UT Television at MD Anderson Cancer Center, to thank donors who helped raise $1.2 Billion dollars to fight cancer. I did all of the motion graphics with After Effects, along with editing in Avid.
From the video’s YouTube description:
Thank You! Campaign to Transform Cancer Care Surpasses $1.2 Billion Goal In Record Time
This video is dedicated to our amazing donors. Thanks to you, MD Anderson completed the largest fundraising effort in its history four months early. Making Cancer History®: The Campaign to Transform Cancer Care raised $1.215 billion for personalized cancer care.
Learn more about the campaign at http://bit.ly/w0xGH4 and thank you for joining us in Making Cancer History®.
This is really cool Educational Video that I worked on at UT Television, the video production department at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. This a MUST WATCH for anyone, it’s made for kids but is really effective at teaching ANYONE about cancer.
I was the Director and shot the video using a Sony EX3, with the exception of a few Canon T2i shots. I did all of the video and audio editing in Avid and After Effects. Motion Graphics were mainly done my Frank Castillo, myself and with backgrounds from Digital Juice. Jo LaCour served as producer and wrote the script with assistance from Marisa Minor, a Social Worker at MD Anderson’s Department of Social Work.
This is the most creative industrial video I’ve had the pleasure to work on.
I worked on this video at UT Television (The Video Production Dept @ MD Anderson). It is to promote an “Innovative Thinking” course at the University of Texas School of Public Health (UTSPH).
I a big part in this one. I shot & directed it, I conceived of the visuals, did the editing, the illustrations and the graphics. I’m also the voice/mouth of the Little Green Man.
The original script was written by Roberta Ness, the Dean of UTSPH. The script was polished by Jo LaCour of UT Television, who also produced it. Special thanks to Shon Bower in the UTSPH Media Dept, who helped schedule the shoots and served as a go between.