For over 15 years I have been producing media. This includes working as a children’s television producer & educator for nationally syndicated PBS Kids projects, serving as a UU World video reporter at General Assemlby, as well as producing my own media projects.
While much of my media work is focused on training Unitarian Universalists to create their own videos, I do produce media for Unitarian Universalist leaders and organizations, document / live tweet major UU public witness events, and consult on media strategy.
Have a project you’d like to discuss? Contact me with some basic information about your project. We can then schedule a call to discuss in more detail.
UUMA / UUA Beyond the Call Entrepreneurial Ministry Program
The Beyond the Call program jointly developed by the UUA and UUMA provided UUMA members in final fellowship a chance for “in-depth study, ongoing collegial reflection and engagement in a critical area of advanced ministerial competence.” Participants were required to produce a video about their innovative ministry projects. I worked with participants offering one-on-one coaching sessions (via Zoom video conference) combining video production skill training, content development, and communication strategy for their project.
One of my favorite videos is this special announcement designed to engage people with the UU World’s new mobile optimized website.
UU Commit2Respond Campaign
I worked with campaign to create some simple educational videos, as well as periodic climate justice month updates. When helpful I am happy to step in as an on-camera host.
UUs at Peoples Climate March
I worked for the Unitarian Universalist Association as a social media reporter documenting the Unitarian Universalist participation in the New York Peoples Climate March. This included documenting UUs in action via photo, video, and live tweeting everything! My photos from this march, which are freely available on Flickr.
You’re a Uni-What?!!
Now ten years old, I produced the video You’re a Uni-What? in 2007. With over 120,000 views across versions it has been a top Unitarian Universalist video on Youtube ever since. It was one of the first videos about Unitarian Universalism online.