Welcome to the Metropolitan Club

I sit on the marketing committee at the Metropolitan Club, and was commissioned to create this video for the club to showcase its renovations and bring in new members.

2020 Sustainers Event

The Jewish Federation holds an annual event to thank its donors who have been giving for 25 years or more. This year the event was held online, due to COVID-19. In addition to helping produce the live event, I produced two videos that were shown during the event. They can be see at 3:41 and 16:34.

Why I Give: Bonnie Ullner

A part of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's Why I Give series, this interview is with long-time donor Bonnie Ullner. She discusses her Jewish roots, why she's involved in the community, and what legacy means to her.

Jewish Family Service 2020 Annual Meeting

This video was shown at the Jewish Family Service annual meeting, highlighting how the organization continues to help the community, despite COVID-19 restrictions.

JVS Career Services Career Success Story

JVS Career Services is a job placement service in greater Cincinnati. Due to COVID-19 it is now offering its career services for free to anyone whose position was impacted by the pandemic. 

Because of social distancing, these testimonials took place over video calls.

Jewish Family Service Passover Delivery Project

Every year Jewish Family Service provides Passover Delivery meals to those in the community who are in need. This year, because of COVID-19 quarantines, the Passover Delivery Project was vastly different, while serving a record number of people.

JCC: We're Still Here

The Mayerson Jewish Community Center was forced to close its doors in March due to COVID-19. This promo was sent out to its members about the programs the J was still offering during social distancing.

How You Help: Jonathan Finds His Voice

"In the hallways when I was walking to my classes, I could hear them commenting, 'hey, get in the oven,' and, 'that's why your grandparents died in a fire,' and how they wished that Hitler were still alive."

For 14-year-old Jonathan going to school was a nightmare.

For years he was forced to put with antisemitism while school officials did nothing. That is until his mother reached out to the Jewish Community Relations Council of Cincinnati for help.

Holocaust Survivor Connects With Students

Holocaust survivor Conrad shares his story to a group of ten middle and high school students, cautioning them, "it started just like today, little things. It's up to you, as leaders of the future, to make it a better world."

Super Sunday Promo

A promo for the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's annual Super Sunday donation drive.