Demo Videos and Storyboarding
In addition to teaching story-boarding in my university design classes, I have also written, created props, given voiceovers, and acted in demonstration videos. Below are a few examples. More samples available upon request.
The boss said he wanted it "goofy" and I delivered! This demo is about the properties of aluminum wire and how to use it. I wrote, acted, and created the props for this short film.
I researched, wrote, and narrated this video covering the history of pop-up books showcasing the University of North Texas' rare book collection.
Speaking of Pop-ups, here is a demo video I wrote, narrated, and performed about making them. I also created all the samples. This tips tutorial has over 470K views and is the Center for Learning Enhancement, Assessment, and Redesign's most viewed video at the University of North Texas. As a bonus, it features my favorite pencil whose ears lift every time the lead is advanced.
Storyboarding videos helps streamline the filming process by providing a guide to shots, scenes, images, and graphics needed. It also cuts down on editing time and overall costs. This example is for a current project- a short course on the color blue to be created in Adobe Captivate 2017.