I am an award-winning producer with 20 years of experience in video production. My passion is storytelling and creating videos that authentically capture the human experience, investigate and explore social issues, and/or showcase products, services and programs that improve and save lives.
•Worked on nearly 350 productions that have been used for advertising, education, fundraising, news and/or entertainment purposes.
•Managed video projects up to $1 million dollar budgets, consistently delivering all projects within or under budget.
•Conducted hundreds of interviews and directed thousands of hours of footage across the country for broadcast, digital, and/or event productions.
•Won a CINE Golden Eagle Award and first prize at the National Awards for Education Reporting as a producer and writer of the PBS NewsHour series "Leadership: A Challenging Course."
•Won a CINE Golden Eagle Award and Silver Hugo Award as associate producer of the PBS documentary "First to Worst."
•Management of concurrent domestic and international productions from concept through delivery.
•Collaborating directly with clients remotely and in the field.
•Directing single-camera and multi-camera crews, as well as talent, in the studio and the field.
•Researching, pitching, and developing ideas for productions.
•Interviewing high profile public figures.
•Writing scripts for broadcast, the web, and event video productions.
•Supervising the post production process, including editors, graphics and animation.
•And much more!
Visit my website: valerievisconti.com and LinkedIn www.linkedin.com for more details about my work experience.
I have been in the industry since 2000.