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For this project, I was asked to edit a commercial from provided footage and graphics. Additionally, I added rotoscope animation to amp up the end slate. This newsy, montage-style piece was the most common style of work that I produced for my internship at Drum Corps International. After most every show, a news piece was expectedt to be published either the night of the performance or the morning after. 
This piece is part of a three part series I came up with. With the help of my partner, Matt Malabonga, we shot the initial interview, and I shot b-roll of the judge and managed the GoPro camera attached to him. From there, I editied a piece exposing the ins and outs of judging while giving the fans a taste of the live commentary. 
A light-hearted interview with DCI Drum Majors. With my partner, Matt Malabonga, we asked the tough questions and got some pretty funny answers. I was responsible for editing this piece. We developed this piece and several others to expose a more personable side of drum corps leadership. 
I came up with this more artistic concept for DCI when looking for creative ways to incorporate the GoPro camera into our work. 
An example of time-lapses that were done throughout the summer (and of me braving the catwalk!).
Just me being in the right place at the right time. This is the victory encore performed by the winning corps at DCI World Championships—the performace of a lifetime—and I managed to get the camera on just in time the capture it. By far, the most viewed video that I published this summer—nearly 90,000 views in the first two weeks posted! 
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