In the summer of 2016, I had the privilege to edit another video for the Christian and Missionary Alliance called “Church in the Park”. This is the story of Dave and Merrill Smock, church planters serving the poor in Baltimore, Maryland. Between May and August 2016, I outlined, edited, mixed, and composed music for this piece. The video was made public on the C&MA Vimeo channel in February 2017. Check out the story below!
One of the projects I got to work on in the winter of 2017 for the Central District of the Christian and Missionary Alliance was “Being Intentional and Aggressive”. This is a short interview with Todd Sovine, the district’s director of church planting, filmed in April 2016 that I didn’t get to use for earlier projects. The goal of the video was to explain further the mission statement of the Central District: to intentionally and aggressively advance the Kingdom of God. Check out the video below!
The American Film Institute used to put out a highlight video every year correlating with their list of the top 10 films and TV shows of each year. They don’t really do that anymore, and since I liked those videos, I figured I’d make one myself. Here’s my list of my top 20 films of 2014, which I edited with Premiere Pro using trailers from the iTunes Store and the music from the AFI Awards videos. Enjoy!
In anticipation of the 2017 Envision Summit in Queens, New York, I had the opportunity to film a short promotional video for the event with worship leader Jelani Aswad. The video was used early on as a resource to spread the word online about the Summit and recruit attendees. Check it out below!
Remember Nhu is an organization committed to ending child sex slavery through prevention. Years ago, one of the first girls to come into their home in Thailand was “Nice”, who is still there working, studying, and showing God’s love to everyone she meets. I had the absolute privilege of editing, mixing, and creating music for her testimony video in the fall of 2016, working with Remember Nhu’s communications director, Ian Nelson. Check out the video below.