I HAVE A VERY PARTICULAR SET OF SKILLS
- Me (and Liam Neeson)
Project Management Consulting
Significant knowledge of the digital media space including digital business models and content strategies
Writing scripts and script editing for short or long format
Developing the artistic design strategy that defines a company's brand
Drafting treatments and pitch decks via KeyNote, Powerpoint, Pages
In-depth research, reporting, writing, and scheduling
Writing one-sheets, beat-sheets, hot sheets, call sheets
Directing documentary scenes and cast interviews
Familiar with collaborative tools such as Wipster, Monday, Vimeo, Frame.io, StudioBinder, TeamUp
DELIVERING AN EXPERIENCE
A detailed example of how I managed the entire creative process
on S6E1: "Appetite for Laughter" with Jim Breuer, taking storytelling to a whole new level
I designed and wrote all social media posts (during filming and launch) for our staff, Feed Me TV and Newsday pages, the restaurants, the venue, and Jim Breuer's staff which resulted in a clear voice and brand delivery. I also developed the images and wording for the digital team's video thumbnails, headlines and descriptions, and the paid social ad campaigns. Lastly, I invited local Instagram influencers to the launch at the venue, asking them to post about the episode and their experience.
I scheduled our host a tour of local media outlets during the week of the launch. During this tour, her goal was to promote the launch of the Jim Breuer episode then discuss other episodes in the new season. I cut a two-minute version of the Breuer episode, delivering it to each stop on the tour. On News 12 LI, the segment aired at the top of the hour - along with a follow-up discussion from the anchors with a call-back to our website - for a total of 6 times on launch day.
I scheduled the magazine launch and episode's publication date with a performance by Jim at a local venue. I then negotiated a deal for tickets to the event and a meet and greet experience. I used the giveaway of these items as a chance to beef up our newsletter subscriptions by requiring contestants to sign up for this content item in order to be qualified for the prize.
At the live event, we passed out the latest edition of Feed Me magazine to every ticket holder. When they opened up the magazine, they could see the Jim Breuer article which complimented the event and the episode. Also tucked inside the magazine was a subscription card that could be submitted at that moment which would guarantee the 1,600 people in attendance could begin receiving future Feed Me content.
:30 TV and Radio Promo Spot
I worked with a separate marketing video editor on clips and storylines for the TV and radio promotional items.