Why Video Works!
breaks it down, gives stats on video advertising, identifies a tone and style that is 'you,' and is designed to help you move towards incorporating video in to your business communications and marketing.
"For those who have never had a video representing their work or those with video who want to improve or boost their multimedia communications, this workshop is an honest conversation about the 'why' and other realities of multimedia marketing." -- Elliat Graney-Sauke
Elliat is a documentary filmmaker, cultural researcher, networker and organizer. Her company Elliat Creative LLC produces video profiles and campaigns for businesses, organizations and individual creates that 'document their legacy.' She is currently the Media Documentation Research Lead with the Knowledge Building Initiative (KBI), producing an NEA funded oral history video series for the National Performance Network (New Orleans). As a 2004 GSBA Scholarship Recipient, she went on to gain a BA in Cultural Studies (Goddard College) and an MA in World Heritage Studies (Brandenburg Technical University). Elliat's research, creative and professional productions focus the power of storytelling while centering cultural equity and intergenerational knowledge exchange. Her current documentary productions include "Boy on the Inside," about boy identity in women's prisons (10 years in the making), as well as "ART Heart: Children of Riot Grrrl," about coming of age in riot grrrl / queer core culture in the NW, Co-Directed by Celeste Chan. Elliat teaches at NW Film Forum, is President of Seattle Documentary Association and is a 2016 Artist Trust Millay Residency Fellowship Recipient.
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