Community Bridge Video was chosen to film MAX Presents 2019: A Space Festival, held at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. MAX, which stands for Media Art Exploration, seeks to increase artistic exploration and humanistic inquiry into science and technology. Their wide variety of events and activities, both artistic and scientific, were tied together by the […]
What does Labor Day Mean in 2018? I’m a freelance filmmaker. So are all the technicians we hire at Community Bridge Video: camera people, editors, audio professionals, and more. What does Labor Day mean to freelancers? The day that Americans celebrate the achievements of workers? The history of this holiday is rooted in worker’s rights […]
Remember your parents complaining about the “new math” being taught in school? Well, there’s a video equivalent, based on the impact of social media video storytelling.
For the past few years we’ve been working on a long form documentary about land use in West Oakland. Recently we submitted a short section from the doc about the work of Oakland Architects JRDV Urban to a contest. We’ve just been informed that our short has been selected as a finalist! We’d love for you to […]
Probably one of the most common mistakes we see clients make is when they get attached to that one big video idea. Sometimes it’s that they want to document a big event. Other times it’s because they think that it’s better to pool all their money into one special video for their home page. No […]
I’m a member of the so-called USC mafia, and was mentored and prepped for the kind of success that leads to an Oscar. In addition to working my way up in “the industry” for 12 years as a grip, electric, camera assistant, camera operator, writer, director, producer and more; I also worked as a red […]