Archive for September, 2010

Feed My Starving Children

Peachtree Prebyterian Church, in Atlanta, GA, was host to a Feed My Starving Children mobile packing event September 10-12, 2010. The church originally planned for 225,000 meals to be packed, but after an overwhelming response by the congregation, added an additional 100,000 meals to the goal. It was met and exceded by more than 1,300 meals. The community packed enough to provide a meal a day to 894 children. All 326,376 meals will be headed to Haiti. These are highlights of the event.

Check out http://peachtreepres.org/Mission_Glob… for more information on the event and to learn about future opportunities to serve through Peachtree Presbyterian Church.

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A Fresh Start

After being inspired by a myriad of blogs dedicated to showcasing the owners’ artistic works, I thought it was about to time to chronicle all of my online postings of my works in one place. As I gather together whatever is already online, I’ll try my best to keep it in chronological order to show my own development as an artist.


A Fresh Start

After being inspired by a myriad of blogs dedicated to showcasing the owners’ artistic works, I thought it was about to time to chronicle all of my online postings of my works in one place. As I gather together whatever is already online, I’ll try my best to keep it in chronological order to show my own development as an artist.


Graduation

Again, terrible video quality. A little bit different than sharing projects I’ve worked on, this is a performance of mine, instead. This was taken from the 20009 Berry College Commencement on December 12, 2009. Song is Lord God of Abraham from Mendelssohn’s Elijah.


My first big project

This video was a collaboration between myself and my internship supervisor. She set up the lights for the one-on-ones and gave me some instruction for the video, but I came up with the overall concept of the final product and edited together. Filmed on a Sony Z1U and edited with Final Cut Pro.


I’d Rather Have Jesus

This was my first time in the audio booth. It was the 11:15 service, so I had free reign of the board (we don’t typically record the 11:15). As for the audio flub at the beginning (not having the solo mic live): I wasn’t sure if it started with the soloist or the choir. I know now that I can have the mic live even if I am unsure. recorded using AKG 414 condenser mics (1 solo, 4 for the choir, one above each section panned correctly) on a Soundcraft Ghost 32 channel board. Pay no mind to the terrible quality video, the audio should be best at 480p.


Viking Vision

This was the campus news station’s introduction while I was an anchor. I didn’t really have anything to do with the intro, but I thought I’d share it because I was a part of it. This were recorded on S-VHS… but still not very good quality. I did eventually work with the production staff as a cameraman, sound tech and prompter. As an anchor, we researched our own stories and worked alongside the reporters for their packages.