A title video sequence I created for Riverview Church’s series looking at the early church growth in the book of Acts.
The title video I produced for Riverview Church’s series that examined different familial roles and how they functioned in the greater church family.
I sought to create a piece that had a vintage/scrap-book feel that echoed the experiences that everyone has with their family or their memory. In the staging of the set I hoped to include props that could represent multiple different age groups, interests, and relationships. The text overlay transitions from family roles, to emotions triggered by families, to saying the Gospel offers a different/hopeful environment for broken families.
For Riverview Church’s 2014 Christmas Eve service, I was tasked with creating a video piece telling the Christmas story as told through Matthew 1:18-24 and Luke 2:1-20. I wanted to have a fun, light-hearted video that would be engaging and also utilized children’s narration.
I had a team of four people help with the puppetry.
To open the Easter 2014 service at Riverview Church I collaborated with Lansing’s hip-hop artist Ozay Moore to produce this piece. His poem takes a look at a number of the bizarre statements made by Jesus throughout the Gospel.