From the Blog
NGOstock.com is a new kind of site that aims to link up like-minded content creators with editors in need of hard-to-find footage from the developing world.
I’ll be back ‘on tour’ (I like to call it) this January for a 2-day event in Tualatin, Oregon at Rolling Hills Covenant Church. (Photo from a film showing I produced and showed last year at the event).
We have joined the Handshake app in hopes of connecting better with university students around the U.S.
Expat Media Pro is excited to partner with Film School For Teens, an online filmmaking course designed especially for homeschooled teens or those in smaller private schools needing a creative-focused elective
Expat Media Pro is starting to hit the road with conference-ready materials. Let us know if you’d like some to pass around or let’s work together to find us at a conference near you!
One British couple shares how they have made simple videos to share on YouTube for friends and family back home who want to experience life with them in their new African home.
Did you know CURE Hospitals based in several locales throughout the developing world have staff photographer positions to document the good work they are doing? I chatted with one of them in Malawi…
An Aussie in Mozambique shares about his experience raising funds through his photography
Colorist David Hildreth talks about how he got into this line of film work
Taylor may come from Texas but has lived in Kenya for some years where he works with an international team of filmmakers