Creative video coverage of Symposium and Conferences 

Quick Turn-around  culture media package The Beat Museum., a vital San Francisco literary hub as they are developing new series of literary conferences and discussion panels.

Produced, developed and creatively edited on a budget by Mister WA Video for VDRDC/CaptionMax, this next video gives a brief overview of some of the tools and techniques being developed at Smith-Kettlewell's Video Description Research and Development Center. It also discusses the Description Leadership Network and some of the implications of crowd-sourcing video description for the blind.

Client Feedback (09/2012):


"I couldn’t be happier with his work!  He was extremely reasonable and fair with his fees, and went the extra mile to accommodate us throughout the process. He was creative and really led a project that had no initial creative design, and a concept that changed along the way.  He found music, stock footage, designed a graphic look, and working from an unfinished script, he created an entire first cut with no direction or supervision.  He also input all client ideas, and worked really well in collaboration with our client- even when the review team changed half way through the project. His work made me shine- which is always a nice thing.  I won’t hesitate to use his services again."
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Director, Business Partnerships, CaptionMax


Video Coverage of #sfbeta :The Future of HR, Presented by SmartRecruiters
Empirical Productions, Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Creation of this YouTube Channel for for delivery of the panel segments.


All videography, editing, graphics and captioning by Mister WA Video

Event Soundbite Sample for Client Blog

Web-casting from The Marriott, San Francisco.