I don’t have a lot of fancy equipment. I don’t have a ton of time to give it what it deserves. What I do have is a passion for telling stories visually, so I taught myself how to do that. Enjoy.

The Hot Seat

One of the strategies we are using in 2021 to help us attract new patients is “Humanize Hospital Staff.” We want our patient families and potential patient families to see our doctors, yes, as the experts they are, but also as approachable people who work in collaboration with them to achieve amazing results for their kids. So I developed the strategy for a series of videos called “The Hot Seat,” did the interviews (getting better now that I’ve got better equipment!), then produced and edited each segment. More will be available in the playlist here.

Ashleigh’s Story

Ashleigh was a patient at the St. Louis Shriners Hospital for most of her childhood. Here, she found comfort … and met a very special person who helped shape her future. Watch this and then visit here.

Talking with Dr. Gordon

I sat down with Dr. Gordon to talk with him about a variety of topics. During the course of the interview, he gave me this little gem that I turned into a video.

Clubfoot Education Series

Our hospital had a problem to solve: Our physicians were doing amazing surgeries to help kids with clubfoot, but the follow-through by parents that is necessary for the progress to stick wasn’t happening. I interviewed a few of our doctors and turned those talks into a 14-part clubfoot education series aimed at bolstering parent participation in the rehab process.

Catching Up With Mia

Mia is a former patient who is incredibly media savvy. She is our 2021 national patient ambassador. Here, I wanted to take her celebrity status and turn it into sign-ups for our new event!

International Outreach

Our work with international patients is amazing. One of the physicians who spearheads our overseas efforts asked if I would make a video that shows the impact we have. Kevon’s story is inspiring.

Who is Brody’s Hero?

Brody was asked to do a school assignment about who his hero is. He wrote an essay saying that we were his hero. So I reached out to his mom to ask her if he would record himself reading the essay. Then I turned it into this video. And I wanted to have some fun, so I put what’s at the end.

Merry Christmas

A Christmas eCard I made for our supporters and social media.

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