“Et Tu Brute?” – Syracuse Shakespeare In The Park’s “Julius Caesar”

From the company that brought you “Henry IV Pt. 1” and “The Taming of the Shrew” comes Syracuse Shakespeare In The Park’s daring adaptation of “Julius Caesar”. I was even casted as the Soothsayer, which was a wonderful character to play.

This is a wonderful community that could really use your support because they are a theater company that keeps the language of Shakespeare alive. Be sure to check out their next production this summer!

And don’t forget to check out their website at ssitp.org

“The Impact of Giving” – Arc of Onondaga

Here is another project I did for Joanna Jewett and Arc of Onondaga. I filmed this projected at several in Syracuse over several months. The main point of this video is to show people the many ways that Arc of Onondaga provides assistance to disabled people in our community.

Your donations to Arc of Onondaga help pay for things like purchasing new appliances for group homes for disabled adults, it provides funding for disabled people to participate in community theater and other activities to integrate these individuals into the community.

Won’t you consider a donation to Arc of Onondaga to help them help those most in need? Thank you for your generosity.

Donate to Arc of Onondaga

“The Disco Ball” – Red Shoes Black Bag Productions

To show support for Red Shoes Black Productions, I filmed footage of their latest concert, “The Disco Ball”, where Letizia and the Z Band with three guest vocalists do covers of many classic disco songs from the 1970’s.

Their musical events help benefit not-for-profit organization, “Serenity For Women”, an organization that builds small homes for homeless returning female Veterans.

If you want to check out more of their upcoming events, be sure to check out their website at www.redshoesblackbag.com

Arc of Onondaga Training Video

Back in April, I filmed a training video for Arc of Onondaga on “How To Clean a Bathroom”. I worked with Joanna Jewett and her Co-Workers to put together this project.

This video is supposed to teach people with Disabilities on how to work as a Janitor and how to take care of the job with dignity and respect.

Thank you to everyone at Arc of Onondaga for helping me put together this educational video!

Finished Another Video Shoot for Melvin & Melvin!

Hi, everybody!  I recently finished editing a series of videos for a Matrimonial and Family Law lawyer at Melvin & Melvin named Joe Morawski.   The shoot went very well, and we got four good videos that Melvin will start using soon in social media.  Here’s a link to one of the videos:

I am very grateful to Melvin & Melvin for the opportunity to continue to shoot videos for the firm.  I also appreciate how much I’m learning about how to handle video subjects to get them to relax, to get them to project and emote, and not make them too nervous while you are filming.  Practice makes perfect!

Melvin & Melvin – Tom Babcock, Estate Planning Lawyer

I got the opportunity to shoot some more commercials for my client, Melvin & Melvin. This time, I got to film Tom Babcock.

He was very lively and had a great sense of humor. His voice also sounded very trustworthy while I was filming him. I had a wonderful time  and I have another project for Melvin in the works.

Here’s one of the videos from Tom’s recent shoot.

Ladies Night at The Palace Theater 2017

Back in November, I filmed a benefit concert for Vera House, a non-profit organization that helps victims of domestic violence here in Central New York. The concert was promoted by Red Shoes Black Bag Productions and my friend, Joanna Jewett.

I’m really proud to have helped this great cause, show off the talents of these amazing women and to have had the opportunity to share their concert with you.

Be sure to check out their website, http://www.redshoesblackbag.com/

 

Just set up my LinkedIn Profile

I am an avid user of social media, and have over 1500 followers on my YouTube personal page.  I am also active on Twitter and Facebook for my business, JVR Productions.  So I figured it was about time that I set up a page on LinkedIn, too.   Here’s the link:

Jordan Van Ryn – Linked In profile

So please by stop and check out my experience.  If I have worked with you before, I would be very grateful if you would provide me with a review of how I did working for you.

Thanks very much, and I want to let you know that I am now looking for an entry-level position doing video production and social media communications beginning in January.  Thank you in advance for any leads or referrals!

Sincerely,

Jordan