Create Memorable Content That Moves

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Taylor Morgan, Head Video Producer, Vyond

Video drives engagement and lures attention away from everyday distractions. Learn how to get started creating your own video content and how to immediately scale those efforts. We’ll walk you through different options for lighting, cameras, and recording audio—from DIY to mid-range and larger budget setups. Then we’ll cover the basics of creating quality video content, from concept through scripting, storyboarding, and sound, whether you’re starting from scratch or using existing material.

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • how to build an in-house video team/setup—even if it’s a team of one
  • the ins and outs of video production equipment, staffing, the production process, and audio recording
  • how to boil your subject matter down and reimagine your content as video
  • how to use the power of dynamic visual elements, sound effects, and music to captivate your audience and drive your message home.


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Taylor Morgan
Taylor Morgan

Head Video Producer, Vyond

Taylor Morgan, video producer at Vyond, is a filmmaker based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He specializes in marketing and commercial content, short-form documentaries and profile pieces, sports and event videos, music videos, narrative films (short and feature-length), and product/explainer videos. While his main skill sets are cinematography and editing, he has broad video production experience in lighting, color grading, audio recording/post-production, motion graphics, writing, producing, and directing. Taylor has been working in video professionally for almost 10 years and has worked for Mountain Hardwear, Clif Bar, Nike SB, Nude Audio, Endless Computers, and others.


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