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Here’s the latest YouTube promo I created for North Carolina Sea Grant’s Coastwatch magazine. I took the photos and the film footage in November 2009 at Duke University’s Sarah Duke Gardens, during a community supported fisheries (CSF) delivery organized by Walking Fish CSF. I produced the clip in iMovie and wrote the script.
The clip promotes my feature story about the rise of CSFs, which you can read here.
And yes, I did say “sea mullet.” As @patriclane cheekily writes, “They don’t have mullets. They don’t have any hair style at all. I’m confused.”
Kathleen did the voice over for this clip (again with the help of Jesse Triplett) and she compiled the slideshow in iPhoto. I whipped up the mugshot card graphic. We’ll also be linking this video to a geotag for Topsail Island, North Carolina, in Google Ocean (look it up at 33.852787, -77.980305).
Do your part and help spot this invasive plant!
Had a great time last week, recording voiceovers for the first time. I wrote two scripts promoting the feature stories in the latest issue of Coastwatch magazine, the outreach publication of North Carolina Sea Grant.
“Skeletons of the Pasquotank”
“Return of the Bay Scallops”
Sea Grant editors Katie Mosher and Kathleen Angione greenlit my idea for these YouTube promos. Kathleen and I recorded the voiceovers with Jesse Triplett, a multimedia maestro at North Carolina State University, who was a real pro and great help. Kathleen produced the final clip in iPhoto.