A DAY IN RILEY'S LIFE
Title: A Day in Riley's Life
Course: Editing/Post-Production, Lebanon Valley College
Software: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects
Description: For this project, we were instructed to create a video between 3-5 minutes long. We had a lot of freedom with this project and the type of video it was. Besides length, the only requirements were audio, royalty free music, color grading, and various editing techniques discussed in class. I decided to create a vlog style video and give viewers a glimpse into my dog's exciting life.
SHOT TYPES
Title: Shot Types
Course: Editing/Post-Production, Lebanon Valley College
Software: Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects
Description: For this project, we were instructed to show a video sample of ten different shot types with a title placed over each shot to represent them.
UD STUDENT INTERVIEW
Title: UD Student Interview
Course: Videography, Lebanon Valley College
Software: Final Cut Pro
Description: For this project, we were instructed to interview someone interesting, whose activity is worthy of B-ROLL or is done in a place that allows for plenty of B-ROLL. Our videos had to be shot with the same camera using two angles/compositions.
ARTIST FEATURE
Title: Artist Feature
Course: Videography, Lebanon Valley College
Software: Final Cut Pro
Description: For this project, we were instructed to shoot one scene, covering some type of action performed by a human, using classic shot composition and some creative moves. We were required to use 20 different shot types throughout our videos.
A VETERAN'S STORY
Title: A Veteran's Story
Course: Storytelling for Digital Media, Lebanon Valley College
Software: Adobe Premiere Pro
Description: During this course, we worked with veterans at the Lebanon VA Medical Center. For this project, we were instructed to create compelling stories about the veterans' experiences and recovery. We had to focus on how to clearly and accurately depict stories with heart through multimedia, video, and other online media.
Other Contributors: Bethany Kristich, Dan Nadeau, and Scott Salerno
My Role: I was the lead video editor. I recorded voiceovers where needed. With feedback and input from my other group members, I edited the entirety of our final video.

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