Talks@Google

We’ve been working with Google through our pals at Media One for a few years now, but we rarely post the Talks@Google that we produce there semi-regularly. Here’s a few talks we’ve done in the that past couple of months.

Patton Oswalt
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Boxtrolls
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Amanda Palmer
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David Peterson on Dothraki (Game of Thrones)
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Several of these were shot on Sony A7S cameras, which is a departure from the Canon DSLR set-up that has been our standard since we started working with Google. With the Google Talks we’re always shifting rooms from one shoot to the next, with minimal setup time for bringing in lights. Therefore it’s important to keep a light footprint and have versatile gear. The Sony A7S, with it’s low light capabilities and paired with an Atomos Shogun for 4K on the master shot, has been a great improvement to our workflow.

Talks @ Google: Ira Glass

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Women in Business videos

We have been working with Pandora on a variety of project for the last few months. Those projects run the gamut from documentary style, branded content campaigns with big artists to more humble conference style talks at Pandora HQ. We’ve posted about the former, but not the latter so this post will be about them. One very cool job that we’ve done for Pandora is video coverage of their Women in Business series. For those, the internal “Women in Business” group brings in female business luminaries to share their experiences. JADED’s role is to shoot the video, edit them, and put them up on the web for further viewing. We think the talks are a great service for a company to provide its staff. Even better, they share the videos we produce publicly so that anybody can watch them. Check some of them out, they’re definitely worth watching.

Lisa Kavanaugh, Chief Product and Technology Officer at Ask.com interviewed by Amanda Conti for Pandora’s Women in Business Series.

Kellie A. McElhaney delivers her talk called “The Lioness Factor” at Pandora Headquarters.

Redford Center Art of Activism: Cory Booker “Why We Need Crazy People”

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”

Please visit the Redford Center for more information and video from this event.

Redford Art of Activism: Cory Booker “Patriotism and Prayers”

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”

Please visit the Redford Center for more information and video from this event.

Redford Art of Activism: Cory Booker “Manifesting Love”

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”

Please visit the Redford Center for more information and video from this event.

Redford Art of Activism: Cory Booker “Elections and Change”

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”
Please visit the Redford Center for more information and video from this event.

Redford Center Art of Activism: Ellen Choy

For more on Ellen click here.

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”

Please visit the Redford Center for more information and video from this event.

Redford Center Art of Activism 2010: Esperanza Tervalon-Daumont

For more on Esperanza click here.

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”

Please visit the Redford Center for more information and video from this event.

Redford Center: Art of Activism Mayor Cory Booker (Manifesting Love)

This is the second of four excerpts we edited from Mayor Cory Booker’s talk with Lee Bycel at the Redford Center’s Art of Activism event at the Sundance Kabuki Cinema in San Francisco on November 11, 2010.

Description from the Redford Center’s Vimeo page:

“The Redford Center’s November 2010 Art of Activism program featured Newark, New Jersey Mayor, and star of the Emmy-nominated TV show Brick City, Cory Booker. One of four shorts from his interview with Executive Director Lee Bycel, Cory discusses how manifesting love is critical to change.”