Below you’ll find my favourite videos produced as the Mount Washington Videographer as well as a few favourites as a Freelance Media Producer. The Youth Media Project at the Comox Valley Art Gallery is where I help teach students how to create personal and promotional videos around the Comox Valley. Below showcases some of the awesome creators that have come through the program. All participant videos can be found at the Comox Valley Art Gallery’s YouTube page.
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Lens whacking, also called free lensing, is a method of shooting with the lens detached from the camera body. It allows lights leaks, tilt shift focus and a dream like vintage quality. This video was just a fun little experiment with the dogs one afternoon.
william abram , a retired schoolteacher and activist for monetary reform, gives us an insightful look at how our monetary system has been usurped by the Banking Industry.
A short informational video about how cats, feral or domestic, impact local bird population and steps we can take for prevention.
by Ethan Stevenson - a story about humdrum office work
A short film by emerging indigenous film maker Emma Joye Frank. This film features no dialogue as Emma shares an experience using strong imagery, sounds, and symbolism to weave a visceral story.
by Milo Bowman and Bernardo De La Torre. Comox Valley Art Gallery's Youth Media Project 2015 proudly presents the artwork and dedication of Milo and Bernardo. This film explores the benefits of using the BC Public Transit system in the Comox Valley.
Dan Peruzzo is a Freelance Media Producer specializing in community-based non-profit causes, citizen-based journalism, special events and small business promo.
Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime to discuss how I can help make your ideas come to life.
D See Video Productions - Small projects for big ideas.
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