A bright and splendid morning to welcome spring 2015 at Santa Fe College.
Photo taken with an iPhone and edited with Brushstroke.
Scenes from the 2014 Santa Fe College spring commencement program.
We asked a few prominent figures at the University of Florida what Santa Fe College means to them.
Filmed by Aaron Daye and Brenton Richardson. Edited by Brenton Richardson.
A student in the SF building construction program saws lumber for the house being built in the Charles R. Perry Construction Institute.
The hard work of my colleagues and I in Santa Fe College Communications & Creative Services has been recognized by the National Council on Marketing and Public Relations and the Association of Florida Colleges. Our office submitted work for award consideration and CCS received a multitude of awards from AFC and NCMPR.
These awards are presented to the college and are not personal awards. However, I was the producer or co-producer of several of the projects lauded with distinctions.
Category: College Promotional Video
Gold Award – What Does SF Mean to You? [Editor]
Gold Award – RN to BSN Inaugural Class [Director, Cinematographer, Editor]
Bronze Award – Present Company Excluded [Director, Cinematographer, Editor]
Second Place – Google Glass at Graduation [Editor]
Third Place – Exploring the Bat Cave [Cinematographer, Editor]
Category: Advertising: Television
Third Place – SF Megamix [Editor]
I filmed this at the 2013 event and edited it almost a year later to promote the 20th annual Boo at the Zoo.
The Saints play a pick up game against some stiff competition in our festive new video for the Saints Tip-Off Classic.
After many years of production experience and sustained living dead fandom, I finally got the opportunity to shoot and direct my first zombie video! Santa Fe College really does help make dreams (and undead nightmares) come true.
I came up with the concept of the video after hearing that the doubleheader season tip-off for the Santa Fe College Basketball program would be held on Halloween this year. My co-workers in Communications & Creative Services helped polish my idea and served as crew for the production. Our colleagues in the Fine Arts department took care of the casting, costuming, hair and makeup for the zombies and we had the full support of the coaches and the Athletics department, so it was a real collaborative effort.
When asked what we should call the event, I jokingly suggested “Dunkoween,” and it stuck. I tried to take it back, but it was already out there. Now I have to own it. You’ll hear just how hard I’ve tried to own it in my voiceover.
I love Halloween. I don’t think I could get away with stuff like this any other time of year.
This documentary I made about Saints Volleyball is the biggest project I’ve done so far at SF in terms of scope. Shooting over the course of 8 months, I covered the creation of a new athletics program from the hiring of the coach through the end of their first match.