https://youtu.be/e1uy9EW9Mjg Short video edited with Vegas Pro 13.
Staff at the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) have been performing Integrated Facilities Demonstrations to show proficiency at different tasks with the plant operating as designed. In the process, they’ve set records and achieved the most productive weeks yet for processing and destroying the chemical munitions stockpile stored since the 1950s at the U.S. Army’s Pueblo Chemical Depot. The data collected from such live demonstrations helps Colorado regulators set limits that protect the workforce, public health and the environment, and mark the end of Pilot Testing as the plant heads into full operations.
Safety always comes first at the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP), for the protection of the people working on the project, the surrounding community, as well as all the wildlife that call the Pueblo Chemical Depot home.
My first video production for the Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office is about a series of Pueblo County community meetings on the topic of Static Detonation Chambers. https://youtu.be/sYviDMSPXVU https://www.instagram.com/p/BvzAnTej8jB/ https://twitter.com/acwanews/status/1113450655388184581
https://youtu.be/cZCLa56PcEk The Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience in Canon City, Colorado, dedicated a new animatronic Tyrannosaurus rex on Oct. 6, 2018, months after electrical problems caused a fire that destroyed another and created dramatic viral photos. Edited in Adobe Premiere Clip (iOS)
A video I shot and co-produced with Pueblo Chieftain reporter Peter Roper won second place in the multimedia category of the annual Better Newspaper Contest at the 2017 Colorado Press Association convention. "Remembering Hiroshima's Empty Streets" featured World War II U.S. Army veteran Bruce Elson recounting his experiences in the Japanese city of Hiroshima after … Continue reading Award-winning videos from 2016
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrWGd9wczUD2wpaFuXZYop6hQlwrOBMEX I produced this video series with Pueblo Chieftain reporter Peter Roper, comprising the full interview (about 17 minutes) and a shorter version (about four minutes) focusing on his arrival and observations at atomic bomb site Hiroshima in 1945.