Hello! My name is Renee, and I'm a video producer. I graduated from California State University Fullerton with a B.A. in American Studies and Radio-TV-Film. I have been working freelance for 3 years, and this is my portfolio of work.

I was contracted to edit the two videos above for the local St. Jude Hospital.  I was provided the video interviews and created these short narrative stories for the foundation to use on their website and social media pages.  I edited these using Adobe Premiere Pro.  I took the single camera angle that was provided for each interview and created pieces that look as though they were shot from multiple camera angles.


The video to the left I shot on two cameras with a second camera person. The cameras used were a Canon 70D and a Panasonic HC-X1 4K camcorder.  I mic'd the groom for the ceremony, edited the video in Adobe Premiere Pro, added titles in Adobe After Effects, and cleaned up some audio in Adobe Audition.

The two videos below I created using Premiere, Photoshop, and After Effects. Majority of the clips and images were provided to me, but I did shoot a few clips for these. These videos were used to showcase the company's product at major conventions the company attended. 

The five videos below are instructional videos that I shot on a Canon 70D.  I edited all five videos using Premiere Pro. These videos are used to help the company's customers start up, run and trouble shoot any problems they may have with the equipment.

The five videos below are spoof videos that I work on every year for the restaurant I work at. Each year we create a video showcasing the hard working employees while at the same time spoofing popular songs from that year. The first three are all shot and edited by myself. I used a Canon 70D to shoot all the footage and I edited the videos in Premiere, After Effects, and Photoshop.

This video I shot using a Canon DSLR and co-edited with the director in Premiere Pro.

This was the first of the spoof videos I worked on and I shot the entire video with a Canon DSLR. The director edited the entire video.