The video called "How to Shoot Basketball from a Cheerleader's Point of View" was produced by six fellow students, including myself, as a class assignment for the Introduction to Audio/Video Class in the Digital Media Technology Program at ABTech. This is an All Star Cast production.
In the group of six students, I operated the camcorder. After filming, we were divided into two groups of three. We shot the scenes based on one script then discovered that we would be using the same footage but different versions of the story. Since I was on the team with all ladies, we decided to alter the story to tell it from a cheerleader's point of view. I wrote the new script with great ideas from my two classmates and the actual instructions on how to shoot basketball came from an online source. The other part that I contributed was the editing and generally putting the video together in Adobe Premiere Pro, with sound from Elena Wells and graphics from Tammy Blankenship.
The video does include copywrited images and music that was used under the Educational Fair Use law; therefore I have made a link to view the video in an unlisted format.
The video called S.T.A.R. (STAR) was a film created for the 2010 48 Hour Film Project in Asheville NC. It was produced by the ABTech DME and Drama programs. The instructors were Jonathan Ross and Pete Carver. The story line is that some singers come to a Show Tunes Anonymous Recovery support group meeting to share their problems..
The making of this movie occured at the beginning of the semester and was a learning experience for all of the students in the Introduction to Audio/Video class. I participated as the production manager's assistant.