This final project for Video Journalism class at Georgetown University features Freddy Gipp, and Martin Saniga and Michael Nephew of the American Indian Society. The Powwow was hosted by Native American Student Council at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
Document an Action
This video follows a watch maker in Clarendon, Virginia as he replaces the screen on a new IPhone. It was made as an action sequence for Video Journalism class at Georgetown University.
Man on the Street Interview in Toronto, Canada
This video was made for a Video Journalism "Man on the Street" interview for Georgetown University. It was shot in Toronto, Canada and asks two students what they think of Donald Trump's proposal to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
A Day in the Park at Arlington Cemetery and the Netherlands Carillion in Virginia.
This video was shot to document a location for Video Journalism class at Georgetown University. It documents the actions of people in a day in the park at the Netherlands Carillion and Arlington Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
EIJ News Team
360 Video! How to Launch a Drone News Program!
Sep. 7, 2017 at the Excellence in Journalism Conference in Anaheim, a deep dive session about drones featured speakers such as Josh Rubenstein, Public Communications for the Los Angeles Police Department, Michael Chambliss, of the International Cinematographers Guild, and Matt Waite, founder of Drone Lab Journalism. They spoke about the future of drone photography in journalism and news as well as the public's safety and privacy.
Unleash your inner broadcaster
A breakout session on channeling your inner broadcast journalism voice was held at the EIJ conference in Anaheim, California on Sep. 9, 2017.