Creating story through video
Really powerful teams are super visual thinkers, communicators and story tellers. They relentlessly travel across the visual storytelling landscape, creating both real and virtual artifacts of their journey, ranging from sketches, drawings, digital images and in some cases all the way to prototypes. But in our on-line world things are accelerating at hyper speed towards a new destination.
In this powerful session we’ll cross this visual story telling landscape and see how it all fits together, arriving at this new destination — the land of “WeTube”, a place where teams explore telling their stories with video. With nothing more than your cell phone you’ll create short video clips using the fundamental video techniques of lighting, sound and, yes, even editing. We’ll also look at story structure and what makes good content for videos.
So bring your phone (or digital camera) and get ready to have a real collaborative video experience at “WeTube”.
The Skinny: 3 things you will do in this session
- Learn that, when it comes to video, Motion is Emotion
- See that a video is 50% its sound track
- Learn the central secret of video storytelling greatness: don’t tell it if you can show it
Jim is a professional illustrator with strong conceptual skills. One of his unique talents is using his 36 years of manufacturing experience, combined with his graphic skills, to make difficult-to-understand business problems easy to understand with simple hand-drawn images.
Jim also advises and trains clients across North America and Europe on World Class Organizational Manufacturing specializing on Change Leadership for Lean Manufacturing.
When not drawing what people are thinking Jim can be found producing video stories and mini documentaries, taking photographs with his vintage camera collection, and performing traditional Japanese Kamishibai picture stories.
Jim is a returning presenter. Click to see what they’ve presented in the past.
All sessions in this timeslot:
- Charisma Analysis The fine art of authentic self-branding (Alexander von Reumont)
- Dialogues with the Erotic (Alina Isaac, Colin Read)
- Disorganizing by Design Shaking things up to do things differently (Jerrold McGrath)
- Embodying Failure Making sense of leadership through imperfection (Tamara Christensen, Jay Aquilanti)
- Learning from Labyrinths (Anthony Hyatt, Matteo Catullo)
- Wabi-Sabi Boot Camp How to make connections others don’t (Dorte Nielsen, Marjolein Hutting)
- We Tube Creating story through video (Jim Ridge)