Tech Talk Tuesday: Exploring Careers in Video Production | BAVC

Tech Talk Tuesday: Exploring Careers in Video Production

April 17, 2018 -
5:30pm to 7:00pm

Cost

Price: 
$0.00
Member Fee: 
$0.00 members
Location 

BAVC - 2727 Mariposa St.

Type 
Meetup
Panel Discussion
September Tech Talk Tuesday

Join BAVC for the April edition of Tech Talk Tuesdays, our monthly speaker series, where insiders from tech and other industries share the tips and learning experiences they've gathered while job-hunting and networking. You'll leave with new perspectives and tools to help you on your own career path.

Come mingle with fellow TechSF participants and future applicants, enjoy refreshments, and learn new approaches to navigating the field.

When: Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 6:00 - 7:00 pm (The Talk starts promptly at 6:00 pm)

Where: BAVC, 2727 Mariposa St., 2nd Floor

Speakers: Sophie Constantinou, Co-founder of Citizen Film and Joelle Jaffe, Executive Producer/Managing Partner, 4SP Creative

A Q&A session with BAVC’s Public Programs and Fellowships Manager Matt Sussman, we’ll hear from Sophie Constantinou, Co-founder of Citizen Film and Joelle Jaffe, Executive Producer/Managing Partner, 4SP Creative about careers in video production and also look at some recent work samples from their respective domains.

Sophie Constantinou, co-founder of Citizen Film, creates documentaries at the intersection of storytelling and community engagement. She is currently collaborating with low-income San Francisco residents on a documentary series about waste reduction and violence prevention. Her cinematography credits include HBO’s The Royal Road and Regarding Susan Sontag, and KQED’s Emmy-winning Home Front.

 

 

Joelle Jaffe, Executive Producer at 4SP Creative brings over 15 years of experience in managing content production and creative teams. Prior to her role at 4SP, she worked in production and outreach for shows like NOW with Bill Boyers and Frontline/World. Joelle received her Master’s in Journalism at UC Berkeley’s School of Journalism. BAVC helps unemployed and underemployed Bay Area Residents get the skills they need to get back to work. Funded by the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development’s TechSF Program, BAVC scholarships cover all of the costs of technical workshops and individual coaching sessions including resume building and job searching skills.