You’ll see a trend in my work — I look for real, authentic voices to tell the stories (and then get out of the way)

Cloud-shrouded Greylock at the southern edge of the Sawtooths

In each of these I managed the scripts and the planning, but for me at least, video production is the ultimate team sport. I have been lucky to work with some great videographers and editors in folks like Matt Crook and Rod Cashin at Boise State, and Seth Ogilvie at Idaho Public Television.

2020: Boise State had to move its spring commencement online due to the pandemic, so in a month, we pulled together one of my proudest achievements — dozens of authentic voices, some moving contributions from students and faculty, and a few surprises.

2016: We asked faculty what it really meant that Boise State had become a Carnegie-classified doctoral research university.

2014: We set out to give a broader perspective on the changes that had occurred and were coming at Boise State to augment our annual State of the University Address. I am a firm believer in authenticity over scripting whenever possible, so I just interviewed a number of faculty and leaders from across campus, and pulled together this series.

2013: Outdoor Idaho’s “Rec Tech” looked at entrepreneurs in the outdoors industry. It won a Gold Remi in the Manufacturing category at the Worldfest International Film Festival.

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