Video Work

This is a repository for my video work, in reverse chronological order (newest first). Unfortunately, many of the videos I produced at the SI Organization and Lockheed Martin were proprietary, and not cleared for public release.

* All work done in Adobe Creative Suite, except where noted.


IDEAS ESRI Bait Video from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This was a video I put together to exhibit at a Defense Industry Trade Show Exhibition Booth. It was a particular challenge because much of the functionality of the tool to be showcased was not yet available at the time, so improvisation with stock photos was key to the success of this project.


Sample Video from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This video was intended to highlight the potential capabilities of “small satellites” to the executive board that had just acquired our company.


Visual Story Montage from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This was an editing job I did to showcase a semester’s worth of work from 75 graduate students in a “Visual Storytelling” class. It was screened at an end of year celebration and show for Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology Center.


The Painter from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This was my entry for the “music video” project for said Visual Story class at CMU.



Promo Video from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This was an introductory video for my project team at CMU.


The Great Pedicab Race from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This was a video I shot and put together for fun during undergraduate studies at the College of Charleston. We ran without a script, and let the actors make up their characters and stories as we went along. A bit of improv film-making, if you will.



Poverty on the Pine Ridge Reservation: Historical Causes and Modern Consequences from Brad a Michael on Vimeo.

This was the first video I ever put together, an Independent Study for the History Department at CofC. A fellow student and I received a grant to travel to South Dakota and shoot this film. This was the only video created with Sony Vegas and Apple Motion.


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