Being a student is tough at any age, especially in the field of videography & photography, where technology is constantly evolving and top of the line equipment is constantly being one-upped by something bigger and better (and more expensive!). Thankfully, there is always a constant basis of knowledge and technique that will work with anything between your point-and-shoot camera to the RED ONE.
Being a student myself at Arizona State's Walter Cronkite School, I can't say that I've had years of professional experience with ESPN, but I have had years of experience being a freelance videographer - a position that demands punctuality, professionalism, and a knowledge of the art that is strong enough to produce material that will keep clients coming back. Not to mention a strong respect and comprehensive understanding of the basics that can elevate your work from iReporter level to CNN level.
A little bit about my background, I have been learning video production since 3rd grade, and just recently was honored by having my short documentary shown at the Newport Beach Film Festival and Riverside Film festival earlier this year, as well as winning Best Edited Video at the Sunset Film Festival.
If you want someone who can relate to your current knowledge while challenging your creatively to produce stronger content, or if you're just someone picking up a camera for the first time, I can help you achieve those goals. No equipment? No problem - use my Canon 7D or Panasonic HD 3CCD cameras, and practice editing on my MacBook with industry-standard Final Cut Pro.
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