Whether it’s a new shooting technique or an exciting editing trick, in the world of video production, there is always something to discover. Often, it’s learning skills during hours of editing or in the field on a shoot. When our team met Chloe, she turned into more than just the focus of a video. Chloe became a teacher. While she was learning how to walk, she taught our 6-foot tall videographer something special.
“Chloe was pretty timid to us when she first arrived at Arco for our United Way shoot. She gazed at us as if we were FBI agents asking her if she had ever been to Mexico. It wasn’t until we got down to her level (on the floor) with the camera amongst her toys that she completely forgot about us and just started playing with her Mom and Shellie. That is what you want as a cameraman, to be a fly on the wall and capture moments as genuinely as possible – to be ignored. So if there is a lesson learned, it’s that sometimes you have to level the playing field and sit with your legs crossed while holding a shoulder rig.” (NY Videographer, Jordan Greene)
While our video production team is busy editing this year’s United Way video campaign, let’s revisit one of last year’s videos! This vignette showcases the determination of Chloe and how United Way helps with her therapy needs. WATCH HERE