BRIDGING THE GENERATION GAP FOR ZTA
This project was a ton of fun. With the help of my co-worker, Becky, I interviewed ZTA members and daughters of ZTAs about their experiences.
One of my favorite parts of creating this project was using the actual women's handwriting in it. After their interviews, I had them write or draw a couple of things in a sketchbook. Once I got back to the office, a co-worker scanned them in and another helped show me how to clean them up in Photoshop. I love this touch, because it helps allow their personalities to shine through even more.
This video was shown at Convention 2016, to almost 900 people. It was also posted on Facebook, where it garnered almost 500 shares and 1,000 likes.
I still tear up a little bit when Mary Ettel (the sweet, older woman who is a "White Violet" a.k.a 50-year+ member) enforces that "Zeta really is forever" at the end.
T O O L S
Canon VIXIA HF G30
Canon EOS 60D
Impact Fluorescent 3-light Kit
Rode VideoMic Pro
Adobe After Effects
M U S I C
"Nothing to Fear"
By Dexter Britain