Videography - National Park Service

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An Introduction Lake Clark National Park and Preserve 

Roles: Videography, production, videography, writing, location research, editing, audio-description, captions, promotion.

Purpose: This film provides an introduction to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve's themes and resources under legislative protection. In addition to regular screenings in the Lake Clark NPS visitor center, the film is primarily viewed on digital outlets for virtual visitor center audiences.

Summary: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a land of stunning beauty. Volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, and craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes. Here, too, local people and culture still depend on the land and water. Venture into the park to become part of the wilderness.

NPS Video / Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

 


The Count

Roles: Videography, production, storyboarding, writing, location research, editing, audio-description, captions, promotion.

Purpose: The Count highlights ongoing monitoring of sockeye salmon and salmon habitat that is vital to the Lake Clark region and southwest Alaska. In addition to regular screenings in the Lake Clark NPS visitor center, the film is primarily viewed on digital outlets for virtual visitor center audiences, distance-learning classrooms, and partner organizations.

Summary: A short educational and interpretive film created with the National Park Service. Sockeye salmon are a critical part of the Lake Clark story. Through ongoing monitoring and a variety of research projects, park scientists have been able to track the population and gain key insights into the lives of Lake Clark's sockeye salmon. 


NPS Video / Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

 


Over the Mountains

Roles: Videography, production, location research, storyboarding, writing, editing, audio-description, captions, promotion.

Purpose: Over the Mountains provides updates and information on the ongoing research on Lake Clark's inland brown bears to local and global constituents.

Summary: Lake Clark is home to a population of inland brown bears that we know little about. Through a multi year study park scientists are learning how brown bears survive in the park's interior.

NPS Video / Lake Clark National Park and Preserve 

 


Quk' Taz'un (The Sun is Rising)

Roles: Videography, production, audio research, storyboarding, post production, captions, promotion.

Purpose: A collaborative effort between the NPS and the Nondalton Tribal Council, this video was filmed partially by NPS videographers and partially by youth campers. The film is a promotional piece for the camp to inspire and invite stakeholders and to provide support for future camps.

Summary: Follow a Dena’ina Athabaskan outdoorlearning camp that immerses Dena’ina youth in history and culture. Thecamp passes cultural knowledge to future generations through traditionalknowledge, crafts, language classes, and archaeology. The camp takes place at the ancestral home of Qizhjeh- ‘a place where people gather’. 

NPS Video / Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

Virtual Field Trip - Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
Changing Tides - Oceans Alaska Science and Learning Center

Roles: Videography, production, writing, research, asset management, editing, audio, audio-description, captions.

Purpose: This film provides an introduction to Lake Clark National Park and Preserve's themes and resources under legislative protection. The film is primarily in classroom settings for middle-school and high-school audiences.

Summary: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve is a land of stunning beauty. Volcanoes steam, salmon run, bears forage, and craggy mountains reflect in shimmering turquoise lakes. Join scientists asthey research the connections between Lake Clark's ocean-influenced ecosystems and theterrestrial creatures that depend on them.

NPS Video / Oceans Alaska Science and Learning Center

 


Digital Campaign Shorts


National Hunting and Fishing Day - An Intact Ecosystem

Roles: Videography, writing, post production, social media content development and deployment, captions, audio-description.

Purpose: This social media campaign provides virtual visitors with information on the national significance of intact ecosystems and how those systems benefit wilderness-dependent species like sockeye salmon.

Summary: Lake Clark National Park and Preserve protects a portion of the Bristol Bay watershed for the perpetuation of one of the world’s most productive sockeye salmon populations! The park’s water ways are vital habitat for salmon spawning and rearing. As the cycle continues, abundant sockeye feed animals, people, and even the land.

Video/Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

 


National Hunting and Fishing Day - Dena'ina

Roles: Videography, writing, post production, social media content development and deployment, captions, audio-description.

Purpose: This social media campaign provides virtual visitors with information on the national significance of intact ecosystems and how those systems benefit people as well as wilderness-dependent species like sockeye salmon.

Summary: For Dena’ina Athabascan people, subsistence sockeye salmon fishing is more than just putting food on the table. It’s one piece in a larger tradition of living from and caring for the outdoors.

Video/Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

 


Park Rx - National Park Week

Roles: Videography, writing, post production, social media content development and deployment, caption, audio-description.

Purpose: This social media short is a part of the ParkRx National Park Week campaign which prompts potential NPS visitors to benefit from the outdoors.

Summary: We are celebrating ParkRx Day by prescribing you a sunrise to start your day. You can up the dosage with a visit to Lake Clark for some early mountain sun if necessary. You don’t have to go very far to see it, but a blanket and some coffee might help make those colors a little less foggy ;)

Video/Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

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