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.
A :30 promo to get people hyped for Saints Volleyball, a brand new athletics program at Santa Fe College.
My co-workers and I at Communications and Creative Services developed the #SF1stDay social media campaign for the first day of the semester and new academic year. We had a few dry erase marker board quote bubbles produced and had them available for photos at welcome stations on campus. Here is a design I put together to promote the campaign and a couple shots I took and posted on SF’s behalf.
College President, Dr. Jackson Sasser
Volleyball players excited for their first game
And here I am participating.
See who else used #SF1stDay on TagBoard.
Construction continued through a wet week on the centerpiece of the new entryway to the college Santa Fe College.
Filmed with a Brinno time lapse camera
The SF Teaching Zoo has opened a new enclosure for the white handed gibbons. Today the door opened and Cajun and Eddie entered the enclosure for the first time, followed by little Rainer. Stay tuned for more. You won’t want to miss our video of Rainer joining his mother and father in their new space!
I was there to see the gibbons at the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo enter their brand new enclosure for the first time. I posted this :15 Instagram clip that afternoon, but will have a full video about the gibbons and their new home in the near future.
Coverage of SF’s new athletics program
Time-lapse photography of clouds passing over campus on this hot July afternoon
A glimpse at the Fine Arts at Santa Fe College
I’ve been eyeing this tree on my way into work and noting its potential Instagramability for a while. Well, we had to leave the office for a bit on Friday so electricians could do some work in our area and I decided to take a midday walk to the edge of campus to photograph this tree.