This bumper was created to promote a speaking series focused on giving towards a greater purpose – to leave a legacy. This video required the full gamut of services: graphic creation, AE animations, footage capture, and editing. Music is generously provided by the Grow Network.
Demo reel of editing, filming, and motion design work. Editing is my own work. The footage is a mix of my own and stock. 3D motion graphics are templated. All videos produced by me.
Mothers do so much for their children. So for Mother’s Day 2019 GO Church decided to have the kids tell mom what they like about them. This video ran on social and during a special Mother’s Day even.
This intro video was created to play at the beginning of services at GO Church and build momentum.
I had the honor of producing, directing, and editing the music video and planning distribution, plus creating the title graphic. Official Music Video for GO Church Worship’s original, “So Come”. This song was written and performed by the worship team at GO Church in Sharpsburg, GA at the South Metro Atlanta Campus.
This video promo was created for a content series in 2020 that dealt with what people idolize in modern culture. It was a fun montage project that allowed some creative flexibility.
During the unrest of 2020, GO Church tackled political and social issues with a series of messages. With less than a week to create a promo, I had to produce a video with limited resources – challenge accepted! Making good content doesn’t always mean “custom” everything. The success of this project came in knowing what …
This bumper video for a summer sermon series was produced end-to-end, including managing graphics outsourcing, and edited with a limited amount of time.
As the COVID pandemic set in with full effect, GO Church needed to quickly move weekly services online. In the course of a few weeks, we worked to program, film, and began to publish fully-produced online content on a recurring weekly basis.
This event recap was created to close out a kids’ day camp event. The 80’s theme lent itself to a home video shooting and editing style. This was shown in-house and distributed online.