When pictures are put in motion, things get even more impactful. Its ability to hit the heart as well as the head is what I love about video. Frame by frame video takes you on a journey through storyland.
I work as a freelance video editor, editing videos and making video animations for NGO’s, media and the creative industry, like War Child, RNW Media, Perspectief, RNTC, Utrecht University and others.
Video report round table conference on climate change, organized by The German Embassy, The Hague 2019
Project info: Video report of The Hague Roundtable on Climate & Security organized by the German Embassy in The Hague and Hagueroundtable. The round table was attended by representatives of 44 embassies and civil society organizations, based in The Hague.
Speakers were Michaela Spaeth, Director for Energy, Climate Policy and Export Controls, German Federal Foreign Office, Matt Luna, Roundtable Organizer, Wouter Veening, Chairman, Inst. for Environmental Security, Maarten van Aalst, Director of Red Cross Climate Center, Jamie Shea,
Sec. General of GMACCC (Former NATO Deputy Asst. Sec. General for Emerging Security Challenges), Ronald Jackson, Executive Director of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) in Barbados and Ann Vaughan, Senior Advisor of Mercy Corps.
The event at the Residence of the German Ambassador, Huis Schuylenburch in The Hague.
Client: The German Embassy in The Hague
The list contains classic examples of interactive games like FortMcMoney, the mother of all photo slide shows ‘1 in 8 million’ by New York Times and more recent well crafted photo series like Urban Quilombo and Gaza Surf Club.
It serves as inspiration for my work as freelance multimedia maker when concepting and developing interactive, video and photography stories. Hope it serves you too.
Respect to RATP for this somewhat courageous undertaking. The images ended up in a book (see link below) and were exhibited in 16 subway stations in Paris. Would have loved seeing that.