August 13, 2018 Lights, Camera, Action! Exploring Video Basics for Non-Production Professionals webinar with Darcy Beery and Stacy Barton


Join us for the the Lights, Camera, Action! Exploring Video Basics for Non-Production Professionals webinar with Darcy Beery and Stacy Barton.

10:30 am Pacific / 11:30 am Mountain / 12:30 pm Central / 1:30 pm Eastern

Monday, August 13, 2018

About the webinar

Given the choice between finding the user manual or googling a short video on YouTube, many users would prefer to both hear and see the information being presented, especially younger generations who have been raised with technology. The basic concepts of video production need no longer be shrouded in the the mysterious aura of Hollywood as consumer technology has become both cost effective and highly professional. If you or your company have been toying with the idea of producing videos for clients or customers, but have fretted about the costs or effectiveness of this method, take heart it is now easier and more anticipated than ever before.

We will be recording the webinar, so feel free to enjoy the presentation knowing that you can see the recording at a later date.

Intended Audience

The content will be introductory (e.g., > “101 level”) and will also be valuable to practitioner level attendees.

About the Speakers:

Stacy Barton

Feature and short film producer & director, award-winning scriptwriter, I've worked in various genres & screened in film festivals and on TV, at home and abroad. Holding an MFA from Syracuse University in film production, there I settled into higher-education, now proudly at MSU Denver.

Darcy Beery

After moving to Los Angeles, California Darcy worked in production management on a variety of projects including Paramount/CBS’ primetime series “JAG”, the independent feature film “Baggage” and Disney/Miramax’ “Clerks, the Animated Series” by independent filmmaker Kevin Smith.

In 2010, Darcy began teaching Technical Writing at Metropolitan State University of Denver in Denver, Colorado and became a full time Assistant Professor of Technical Writing and Editing in 2015.

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