Video I shot and edited for @Ford Online covering the Cobra Jet preview event. Video was shot with a Sony HDR-SR12 and was edited using Final Cut Pro.
This is a video that I created as part of my Internet Marketing masters program. For the class Business Storytelling and Brand Development, the assignment was to take a common fable, apply a brand’s story to it, and create some form of media presentation for the story. For this project my group chose Apple, Inc. and the story “The Little Engine That Could”. The edit was done using Adobe After Effects and Apple Final Cut Pro.
The 2D graphics were purchased from iStockPhoto and then edited for use in the video using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. The end goal was to create a moving camera animation on top of the edit, but due to time constraints, this was taken out. In the end, though, we ended up with a great video project for the class that earned us a 100%.
Credits: Susan Glass (www.myplanetstuff.com) – Script, supporting paper, project coordination Brad Lowrey (www.bradlowrey.net) – Editor, Graphic/MGFX creation, VO, Audio Still graphics provided by: iStockPhoto Music and stock book animation provided by: Revostock
A video created for my internet marketing masters degree program through Full Sail University. The video is a general overview talking about how social media is the newest trend in internet marketing. Given this was a group project, all team members contributed to the research and the rest of the project was broken down as follows:
Brad Lowrey – Research, Video/MGFX Editor
Carla Carlough – Research, Assimilator/Coordinator
Nate Turner – Research, Writer
Sharina Richardson – Research, Writer
Tommy Hobin -Speaker, Graphic Editor
I created this documentary for the city of Bangor, MI during my junior year at Western Michigan University. The video was meant to highlight the history of the city as well as provide inspiration for moving it forward into the future.
The producer for the video was my mentor, Dr. Nancy Cornwell. She also helped by writing the script and aiding in interview videography.
Documentary on the National High School Rodeo Association created as part of the 2004 20X Rodeo High television season. I wrote, co-shot, produced, and edited the episode while working for Midwest Media, Inc. The images were obtained from the United States Library of Congress.
Executive Producer – Patrick Osterman
Associate Producer – Brad Lowrey
Camera Operators – Brad Lowrey & Joe Sciacchitano, Jr.
Editor – Brad Lowrey
Graphics – Joshua Kulpa & Joe Sciacchitano, Jr.
Music – Brad Lowrey, Studio Cutz, Digital Juice, and Q-music