Videos
National Honey Bee Day
This is a short video created to bring awareness to the importance of honeybees. Using stock video, I have used a square format with a border consistent with other videos I have created for the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District for branding purposes. I added my own voice-over to help the narrative of the story. 
The video was produced in Premiere Pro. 


Monarch and Pollinator Hedgerow Planting
This video was created during a pollinator hedgerow planting for the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District. It is a square bordered format for branding purposes.
The video was produced in Premiere Pro.


CCRCD's California Coastal Cleanup Artwork Challenge
During California Coastal Cleanup month, Contra Costa Resource Conservation District visited some K-5 schools to see how the children reimagined items that could normally end up in our waterways, and instead embrace recycling and reusing materials to create artwork! This is one success story of what can be achieved with a little creativity, some repurposed items, and tape! Thank you to Martinez Early Childhood Center for being a part of this.
It is a square bordered format for branding purposes. The video was produced in Premiere Pro.


Marsh Creek Trash Assessment
The Contra Costa Resource Conservation District conducts trash assessment within the county and this video represents the Marsh Creek trash assessment, located in East Contra Costa County. While there, I'll take photos and video and then edit them together to highlight the importance of the assessments and the problems of litter.
This project was created in Premiere Pro.


Grayson Creek Trash Assessment
The Contra Costa Resource Conservation District conducts trash assessment within the county and this video represents the Grayson Creek trash assessment, located in Contra Costa County. While there, I'll take photos and video and then edit them together to highlight the importance of the assessments and the problems of litter.
This project was created in Premiere Pro.


CCRCD's Virtual Botany Hike at Fernandez Ranch with Dr. Dean Kelch
Contra Costa Resource Conservation District (CCRCD) and John Muir Land Trust bring you Dr. Dean Kelch presenting the Virtual Botany Hike at Fernandez Ranch. Learn about local flora and what this land brings us.
For this video, our host, Dr. Dean Kelch used a GoPro head strap for POV1, while I shadowed him with my video for POV2. Also used was a drone for some shots for POV3. I edited this together in Premiere Pro.


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