With the rapid expanse of the working from home lifestyle, more and more people are forced to learn a thing or two about audio/video setups, lighting and microphones. We spend hours in front of our webcams and often make important first impressions with the hopes that our laptop webcam isn't from too strange of an angle and our audio doesn't sound like a trashcan rolling down a hill.
I've had an in-home video studio for a few years and have recently switched all my design classes to be online. Because of this, I have had the chance to test a few things out and see what works and what doesn't. In this session, I will be talking through the key findings about my setup and provide guidance for a few different budgets on what you could do to get your system looking and working great.
Educator and digital marketing generalist who knows enough about all the things to get them to work together and mean something. Key focuses in graphic design, email marketing, user experience, photography, small business and career coaching. Currently teaching web and graphic design certificate programs at Normandale Community College and running Briarwood Consulting Services. Likes to sew and build things.