Intro to Video Storytelling Workshop July 27
We had a great turnout for our sports writing workshop earlier this month. Thanks to Sam Amick and those who attended. To read the workshop recap, click here.
Video is an important part of storytelling that can be difficult to incorporate without the right equipment and editing knowledge. Andrew Nixon will teach a video workshop from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 27 at the Sacramento Press office called "Introduction to Video Storytelling."
Nixon is a Sacramento-based multimedia journalist. He has professional experience in photojournalism, as well as various multimedia platforms, including motion graphics, web platforms, and video journalism. He has freelanced for Patch.com and interned at the Sacramento News & Review. He also worked as a staff photographer for Gold Country Media.
He will discuss the capture and editing of footage to create compelling video stories. The workshop will be geared more toward Mac compatible programs, but he can answer questions about other equipment and editing software.
In August, Capital Public Radio’s Jeffrey Callison will teach a workshop called "The Art and Craft of Interviewing." A separate email invitation will be sent for that workshop later this month.
Our office is located at 431 I St., Suite 107, in the Amtrak station. We are in the same building complex as Starbucks.
We recommend you find parking on the street, bike or take light rail, as the Amtrak parking lot charges $2 per half hour, and we cannot cover the cost of parking. If you take light rail, we will give you two passes when you get here – one to cover your trip here and one to cover your trip back.
This workshop is filling up fast and will probably have a waiting list. To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you RSVP and decide later not to attend, please send us an email to notify us that you will not be coming so we can have an accurate head count.
Thanks, and we hope to see you here!