An example of the workplace storytelling videos I produced at Avanoo. My team and I created hundreds of these stories annually. My role typically spanned production management, direction, interviewing, and rough-cut editing.
I conceived of, designed, and wrote the UX copy for this “StoryWizard” form, which helped Avanoo collect hundreds (perhaps thousands) of meaningful true stories from employees throughout our client organizations. Form submissions were used to evaluate which stories would meet each organization’s strategic needs and translate most compellingly to video, and served as a blueprint to streamline the interviewing & editing process on the way to a final video.
One example of the helpdesk documentation I created & managed at Avanoo. I wrote, edited and produced illustrations for this and dozens of other articles explaining our technology platform for end-users and business leaders at our client organizations.
In late 2019 I led a complete refresh of Avanoo’s website. I wrote & edited all the copy, provided creative direction, and coordinated between engineering, content, marketing and web developer teams to assemble a compelling, streamlined top-of-funnel web presence that aligned with the company’s brand and business strategy.
I wrote and presented this video about the art and neuroscience of storytelling to accompany a blog post for Avanoo.
I co-wrote and provided voiceover for this video that walks users through using a mobile app developed by Avanoo.
I wrote, directed and co-produced this promotional video as part of a marketing and sales outreach campaign at Avanoo.
As producer and co-host this week, I interview two astronomers about the way technology has changed the study of stars throughout history, and what new technologies and trends mean for astronomical research today and into the future. Dr. John Bally is a professor of astronomy at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Dr. Seth Hornstein is the director of CU’s Sommers-Bausch Observatory.