Bits and pieces of what I’ve been up to at work

As pointed out elsewhere, it’s no fair critiquing other people’s work without throwing some of my own out there, so here’s the short tour of what I’ve been working on:

  • Wild Life: The subject of the story shot the photos, the reporter recorded the audio, I produced the html/css page and the series of one-slide Soundslides.  I’m learning how to do this in Flash, but when it came down to it this week, I decided to stick with what I know best: CSS.
  • Valentine’s Day Wedding: I shot and edited this video on deadline.
  • Elephant Seals: A photog shot the stills and a reporter recorded the sound.  I edited and produced the Soundslides.
  • Five days a week, I shoot, edit, and produce a daily Video Update.  Sometimes I read it myself.  Everyone’s got an opinion about this sort of thing, so feel free to chime in.

That’s the best of it, as far as multimedia goes.  I’ve dabbled in maps and adapted a WordPress theme to our blogging needs, and there’s more in the works, of course, as always.

So, let me have it.  How am I doing?

2 Replies to “Bits and pieces of what I’ve been up to at work”

  1. Wild Life — I think you’re design is striking, but I’m not a big fan of audio slideshows where it’s just the photographer talking about the circumstances surrounding her taking the photo. I think that’s boring. It would have been cooler if it was just animal noises or something.

    Valentine’s–no complaints! Pretty cute little video. But, did you use your tripod?? 😛

    I already commented on the other two on my blog.

  2. @Angela – Yeah, if I had been in Africa with the photographer to record the animal noises…

    Tripod? Isn’t that the thing those TV guys use? Yeah, I’ll take it out next time, I promise.

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