Pretend PSA for Communications@Syracuse on VA Medical
As required for my multimedia storytelling class, I have uploaded a Public Service Announcement wrote, directed, and filmed by me. It starts with Daniel having a nightmare, hearing a grenade explode, and waking up terrified.
She goes back to sleep, blinks into the next scene, and researches on her computer how to get help. Henry, playing a video game, tells her she will regret calling, but her nightmares and her newly acquired knowledge online, convinces her to make the call.
I want to thank my Ate Nina and Alan for volunteering as my guinea pigs in my academic endeavors and my journey as a filmmaker. Thanks for being reliable in an unreliable world. Mahal Kita!
Hey ya’ll. This was a video I did not too long ago, and my professor thought it was one of my better creations. I then thought to myself, “why not share it with my WordPress fam?” So, Here it is. Let me know in the comments below if you found this on WordPress, LinkedIn, or Twitter. Thanks for watching!
For the camera nerds like me: I used a GH5S with the 12-35mm 2.8f, and Cine V profile. Premiere Pro was my editing software, and I used a Microsoft desktop computer with a 1080ti graphics card for workflow.
I made this video for a class i’m taking; Multimedia Storytelling. I like the colors in the film. I used my GH5s, a white balance card(but its actually grey), and the profile Cine V on my camera. Then, I edited it on Adobe Premiere Pro, found royalty free music on https://www.epidemicsound.com, and exported it in 1080p 30 fps as a MOV file.
Let me know what you think, or if you have any suggestions for future videos on my YouTube Channel.
I participated in a creative project back in 2017 and found it on Vimeo from an account; lucky dragons. I’m on the thumbnail!
You can learn more about the artist collaboration Lucky Dragons at:
The Spreading Ground from lucky dragons on Vimeo.
Description from lucky dragons Vimeo channel: Performance / walking meditation for a large group, staged all along the two-mile path along the top of Hansen Dam in the San Fernando Valley. A simple score provided instructions for gathering and dispersing as a group, as well as sung texts unique to each performer. As the group spread across the length of the path, in and around a walking audience, the singers took turns teaching one-another their songs, or, alternately, being completely alone.