I’m a sucker for great storytelling. This did the trick. I’m also a huge, huge fan of follow up behind the scenes videos. Dig it. Happy Friday.
Everybody loves a good story. I regularly direct friends, colleagues and clients to the NY Times’ One in 8 Million video project as a pinnacle example of great storytelling. It’s simply fantastic. I’m also a huge, huge fan of Vimeo. I’ll often spend lazy Sunday mornings scouring around and digging up interesting stories on the […]
The Fourth of July. Good food. Good drinks. Fun with friends and family…and dancing. One of our videographers at work whipped this sucker together as a recap of a fun-filled vacation around the Fourth. It’s interesting how we often overthink storylines and this piece serves as a great reminder of how fun, engaging storytelling often […]
Last September, I had the pleasure of contributing a post to the3six5 project. Since 2010, I’ve tracked the project closely and have fallen into the routine of waking up, rolling over, checking my phone and reading the day’s new post before hopping out of bed. The routine may seem a bit odd to some, but […]
We all know that great storytelling is an art form. It requires insightful, attention-grabbing creative, impeccable timing, strong human connection, and a key moment of revelation that brings the full narrative together. At other times, storytelling takes a more direct, news-driven approach that aims to accomplish one thing – make sense of a situation and […]
Last year, @stephanieflo contacted me and asked if I would be interested in contributing a post to the3six5 project. If you’re not familiar with the site, it’s an ongoing storytelling project that features a new post from a new person each day of the year. Quite the incredible side project started by @lenkendall and @danielhonigman […]