Since Covid-19 has spun us all into a new atmosphere of uncertainty, I won’t be teaching any workshop this summer. In the meantime, enjoy some student work from previous workshops.
Hope to see you all, in person, in the next year.
I’ve been teaching workshops for more than 15 years, so long that the technology we used to create those stories is out of date. So I wanted to offer a few past examples of workshops that I really liked–and that has tech that still plays.
The Teddy Bear and the Rock by Tucker Walsh
Do opposites attract?
Shot, recorded and produced by Tucker Walsh in a week in August 2010 as part of Bob Sacha’s Multimedia Master Class at the Maine Media Workshops.
Acceptance by Hannele Lahti
A birthday brings Teisha Jones face to face with an important date in her family’s past.
Camera, Sound and Editing by Hannele Lahti in a week inAugust 2010 as part of Bob Sacha’s Multimedia Master Class at the Maine Media Workshops.
Fed Up by Tariq Zehawi
Tariq Zehawi has going to the grocery store to pick up some toothpaste when he found his character. And what a wonderful chance encounter it turned out to be. Camera, Sound and Editing by Tariq Zehawi in one week at Bob Sacha’s Multimedia Masterclass at the Maine Media Workshops
We do a lot of very serious stories at work so it was fun to find something lighter during the first MediaStorm workshop in NYC. Fellow MediaStorm producers Eric Maierson, Chad Stevens and I wore many hats, mostly teaching and producing but also helping out recording, shooting and editing. Check out the results.
This is the project I produced in the workshop.
And if you still have the stomach for it, you can peek backstage at the 1st MediaStorm Workshop where One Man Brand was created. The workshop process is captured in this BTS piece by boy wonder and MediaStorm’s first intern Tim McLaughlin (now a very successful editor and teacher)