EDITORIAL

Finding the balance between technical abilities and pure creative storytelling is what defines an editor who is dedicated to their craft. Video editing serves as the foundation of my experience in post-production, as I began as a video editor around 2015 prior to my experience with color grading. I’ve edited multi-season web series, corporate sizzle reels, commercials, mixed media projects, and short films. 

I remember being 17 when my dad taught me the basics of cameras, video capture, and video editing when he bestowed onto me his Sony Handycam DCR-HC85. I went to college after that with the aspirations of getting into the film industry in one way or another. Through college, I learned a lot about how cameras work, how to run a set, how different NLEs work, and I was introduced to various film productions that were happening around campus. After being involved in a few 48 Hour Film Projects and independent productions as an Assistant Director, I got to know professionals in the industry enough so that when I graduated college I could somewhat support myself as a freelance filmmaker. 

I worked with Corvus Eye Media and KIND TV from 2016 to around 2020, mainly as a Video Editor, but also as a Camera Operator and Assistant Director when needed. I travelled to Hawaii to help film KIND TV's episode "A Gift of Love for Preston Scott", which I edited, and I travelled to Trinidad & Tobago with Corvus Eye Media as a Camera Operator and DIT for a documentary that is yet to be released. 

 

In late 2018 I began freelancing for post-production house Clatter&Din as their lead video editor and colorist. I got to experience working closely with a team of seasoned audio engineers, as I was tasked with performing audio/video layback for stereo, 5.1, and 7.1 sessions. I was also in charge of rendering deliverables to spec for broadcast and streaming platforms. In 2020, I was hired full-time at Clatter&Din. In 2020, there I managed a team of 5 editors on a 32-deliverable Amazon project over the course of two weeks, working weekends, managing the post pipeline, and making sure we met our deadline. (we did). 

In early 2021, Clatter&Din was bought by industry-leading post-production powerhouse Formosa Group (a Streamland Media company) whereby me and my team became Formosa Interactive Seattle. Ever since then, I've been continuing to edit and grade short films, documentaries, and commercials, while being a part of a worldwide network of incredible post-production professionals. 

  

Freestyle Ski Athlete KC Deane Answers Top FAQs About Big Mountain Skiing | Outdoor Curious™
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Eddie Bauer

Freestyle Ski Athlete KC Deane Answers Top FAQs About Big Mountain Skiing | Outdoor Curious™

Ever wonder what a damp ski is? Eddie Bauer Ski guide KC Deane is a world renowned big mountain freestyle ski athlete. He's here to answer the internet’s most asked questions about big mountain skiing. 00:00 - start 00:30 - what is big mountain skiing? 00:55 - what is the difference between all mountain and big mountain skis? 01:28 - I'm afraid of heights. Can I go big mountain skiing? 01:39 - are there small mountains? 02:10 - how fast do big mountain skiers go? 02:43 - what James Bond movie opens with skiing off the mountain? 02:54 - what is the tallest skiing mountain 03:05 - how do I start big mountain skiing? 03:43 - is big mountain skiing dangerous? 04:48 - how good of a skier do I need to be before I can big mountain ski? 05:26 - do I need a guide for big mountain skiing? 05:56 - tips for staying comfortable in the mountains? 06:25 - how do you drop cliffs on skis? 07:47 - what is your approach to avalanche safety? 08:23 - have you ever backed down from a line? 08:39 - what's the steepest mountain you've skied? 09:21 - what kind of gear do I need for big mountain skiing? 10:00 - isn't using a helicopter lazy? 10:59 - what is big mountain free riding? 11:21 - who is the best big mountain skier in the world? 11:49 - how do you land a powdered jump? 12:20 - what does a damp ski mean? 12:43 - have you ever skied down backwards? 13:28 - how the heck do you know how to flip? 14:06 - how do I get better at skiing fast?
Tacoma Refugee Choir - "Be Counted" [Official Music Video] Census Song
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Tacoma Refugee Choir

Tacoma Refugee Choir - "Be Counted" [Official Music Video] Census Song

"Be Counted" was written and created to promote participation in the 2020 Census by all communities. "Be Counted" by Tacoma Refugee Choir Featuring vocals by Princess Guinto, Rocky Sandoval, Rani Weatherby, Mariia Pozhar, Tina Van, Sophia Palacios, Sarah Tweet, and Wanz Music & Lyrics by: Erin Guinup, Tina Van, Trésor Rubaduka John, & Sarah Tweet Director: Laila Kazmi Executive Producer: Erin Guinup Produced by: Kazbar Media Audio Production and Mix: Tor Caspersen Choreography: Vorece Miller-Batchman Musicians: Terry O'Hara, keys Princess Guinto, bass Antonio Gomez, percussion Kareem Kandi, saxophone Andy Omdahl, trumpet Gary Shutes, trombone Takuya Masutani, taiko drum Please visit 2020Census.gov to learn more about completing the Census and BE COUNTED! LYRICS Sometimes I think My voice is just too small The problems too Big for us to solve But simple things Can change the narrative One filled with hope The chance to thrive and live PRE-CHORUS Ten minutes, ten questions, ten years that are shaped By taking a moment to participate. CHORUS Be counted, a better future for my family, Be counted, money comes to my community Be counted, I’m represented and can get what we need Be counted, be counted, there’s power in being counted Oh, oh Be counted, be counted, there’s power in being counted It’s just a form No need to be afraid It can’t be used To hurt you in anyway You have the power For you and neighbors too To be heard and Claim what we are due. PRE-CHORUS CHORUS Who wants Health care...BE COUNTED Roads & Bridges...BE COUNTED Jobs & Training...BE COUNTED Schools for our kids...BE COUNTED Representation...BE COUNTED Good nutrition...BE COUNTED Parks & Housing...BE COUNTED You count so you should be counted! CHORUS Cinematographer: Ryan Purcell SteadiCam Operator: Daniel Mimura Gaffer: Mike Walker Camera Assistant: Ryan Enkema Drone Footage: Corvus Eye Media Storyboard Artist: Pat Moriarity Production Assistant: Zara K Barsotti Additional Footage: Vinny Dom Editor & Colorist: Tess Stuart Post Production: Clatter&Din Special Thanks Tacoma Art Museum City of Tacoma Tacoma Public Library Digital Media Lab Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center (T.U.P.A.C.) Tacoma Fire Department and Fire Chief Toryono Green Mayor Victoria Woodards Nayeli Soto Mondragon and Mycah Hopkins (and their parents) SeaMar Community Health Centers Tacoma Pierce County Health Department Latinos Unidos of South Sound ASPIRE- Pierce College, Taiko club Hearts 4 Kids Asia Pacific Cultural Center Kwabi Amoah-Forson and The Peace Bus Tacoma Peace Queen Melannie Denise Cunningham Tacoma Urban League Thyme Well Spent Catering Lutheran Community Services Northwest- Refugee Resettlement Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation Tacoma Community House Tacoma School District Museum of Glass Greater Tacoma Community Foundation US Census Bureau Tacoma Refugee Choir members, board and staff Made possible through funding from: Greater Tacoma Community Foundation Washington Census Equity Fund- Philanthropy Northwest Tacoma Refugee Choir donors To learn more about the Census, visit 2020Census.gov
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