It’s cool to see one of my videos reach a pretty wide audience on Facebook. About a month ago I volunteered my services to the organization Homes for Orphaned Pets Exist (H.O.P.E.), and shot video of volunteer Cathy and her favorite dog, Bingo. Kristina from H.O.P.E. shared the video on Facebook, and Steve Caporizzo’s Pet Connection shared it again. Here’s the Pet Connection post:
This past saturday I had the privilege to video H.O.P.E.’s 10th annual Walk for the Animals event that took place in Saratoga. When I learned about the organization, I knew right away that I wanted to volunteer my video services to such a great cause.
All of the dogs were so well-behaved and friendly, and I couldn’t distinguish the ones that were up for adoption from the ones that had owners. The volunteers for the organization were just as friendly as the canines and I’d like to thank the founder, Wendy Mongillo, for the interview. I intend to do more volunteer work for H.O.P.E. to help raise awareness, and hopefully help find these dogs and cats some good homes. You can check out H.O.P.E.’s website here: http://www.hopeanimalrescue.org
Here’s a short video from the day!
Last week I shot the interviews for the Habitat for Humanity video. Everyone on site at Fox Hollow in South Troy was so nice! I’d like to thank the Capital Alliance of Young Professionals (CAYP) for being subjects of the video in addition to all of the other volunteers and employees of the organization. The focus of this video is volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.
Last Saturday I joined some of the other members of the Capital Alliance of Young Professionals (CAYP) to help out the Habitat for Humanity. We painted the entire interior of a new house in Albany, and I captured some footage of it. After I get some interviews, I’ll put together a video of the day. I look forward to future volunteering.
Here’s the video. Enjoy!
Sunshine by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Here’s a video I created for the Feast of the Fields event hosted at Saratoga National Golf Club last week. This was a fun event to cover and special thanks to Kim from Saratoga PLAN and everyone else that helped make the event possible. I hope to do more volunteer projects like this one.