Servant leadership is a leadership philosophy in which the goal of the leader is to serve. This is different from traditional leadership where the leader’s main focus is the thriving of their company or organizations. A few main points directly reference in the video are empathy, commitment, listening, and building community. That being said, the whole project aims to be both literal and abstract in describing the importance of servant leadership.
A video I produced for a presentation I gave to AmeriCorps VISTAs at Michigan Community Service Commission. Asked to introduce the cohort to the concepts of design-thinking, I decided it would be more dynamic to make a video. We then went into a QnA session for the remaining time. It was a great experience.
I focused on narrative, transitions, color, and the soundtrack. I utilized Doodly for the animations. I used Envato for stock video and sound. There is some After Effects work in the titles. There are a lot of things I would do differently in retro, but I think I was successful all-around.
This is a web series I edit weekly for Real Progressives. It is base on economics and social issues. It showcases my use of organizational standards and centering my edits on the host. I incorporate tools to showcase the host in a crisp and modern way. As you can see, I am starting to incorporate graphic movements, mogrts, and upgrades in my skill-set while still respecting standards.
A video produced for Real Progressives. I used animation and clips to form this production. It’s the first time I have used a lot of these tools. I am ok with it; I believe I created a narrative, environment, and emotion. The video editing skills will grow! It is not complete as it will get call-out graphics, branding, and elements for youtube and social media. I hope you like it and it makes ya think.
Narration by Steve Grumbine of Real Progressive and Real Progress In Action.