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Video is a powerful way to connect and share the stories of humanity that make up your company.
And, it’s the hottest thing on the inter-webs -- by next year, about 70% of mobile traffic will be video.
If you don't have a film producer on your team, or your video projects get put on the back burner with your corporate communications team, you may find yourself looking for outside help.
But, how do you find the right partner to create your workplace videos?
A question to ask yourself:
I've been hooked on photography ever since my high school film photography class. I loved the whole process of framing a moment, capturing it, experimenting and developing it in a darkroom. As I've started doing more headshots and environmental portraits, my favorite part is watching the way that photography has the power to make people feel seen, valued and proud of who they are.
I’ve always had a passion for storytelling and have sought platforms to tell the stories I capture. From an early age, I’d find myself trying to write a book, a novel or even a screen play. Regardless of the medium, creativity has always been what navigates my flow. I’ve found photography to be such an incredible give to both collect and tell stories!
Photography for me has always been a way to capture what’s otherwise overlooked. I learned the word ‘sonder’ around the same time I found street photography. It means: “the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.” Ever since then, whether I’m shooting lifestyle back home in Puerto Rico, shooting street in New Orleans, or couples in Arizona, I keep the meaning of that word behind every shot.
Elena and Abby bring you innovative stories from the workplace.