Posts Tagged ‘Adobe Premiere’

CODE heads to Tribeca

CODE heads to Tribeca

I was the assistant editor on CODE: Debugging the gender gap, which is making it’s world premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. The film is about women in computer science, past, present and future. More info and teaser here: http://www.codedoc.co/about/


Mission: Stop Motion.

Mission: Stop Motion.

This will play on a loop at market events, meeting with sponsors, applying for grants, etc.


Making Champagne Explode: Actually Quite Difficult

Making Champagne Explode: Actually Quite Difficult

Every month, Affinity Lab puts together a this video “calendar” which serves as a fun reminder to members about what’s going on, and a promo to get non-members involved in events. We went through several bottles of champagne and got a surprising variety of foamy explosions. (Thanks Dad.) Shot on the Canon 7D at 60fps, […]


Reporting for The Express: BRAAAINNS!

Reporting for The Express: BRAAAINNS!

Fellow Affinity Lab member Olivia and I covered the this year’s Silver Spring Zombie Walk for The Express. Started by a couple of guys who just seemed to share an enthusiasm for zombies, Silver Spring, and cocktail name puns, the event drew a huge crowd of frighteningly enthusiastic participants. This ominous zombie montage in this […]


What Cornel West’s Laugh is Like

What Cornel West's Laugh is Like

Sockets Records asked me to cover a showcase at The Black Cat featuring a few bands on the label, including The Cornel West Theory. This was initially just going to be some pick-ups from the show, but as we had some downtime before the show, we snagged some interviews on the fly. Mesmerized by their […]


Reporting for The Express!

Reporting for The Express!

I was asked to cover the Lady Gaga concert for The Express. (We couldn’t go in the show because Gaga has some kind of bias against web content providers.) But we did speak to some interesting folks outside the show. The “monsters” like Lady Gaga a lot!  And they want to tell you about it! […]


6-12 Year Olds: Far Cooler than Me

6-12 Year Olds: Far Cooler than Me

These girls, umm, rock? This week-long camp, created by a vast swath of the DC arts community,  teaches music, performance, and a litany of life skills to young Washingtonians. This is their final show at The 9:30 Club. It was one of the best rock shows I have ever attended, and the most fun I […]


Pop-Up Video!

Pop-Up Video!

Here’s my best explanation of how this happened. Jackie Cantwell (Curating for a Cause) partnered up with Josh Phelps (Monument Music and Arts Festival) to create a art show/auction hosted by Affinity Lab and sponsored by PBR with all proceeds going to Dreams for Kids. Whew. Well in the end; it happened. And the kids […]