Category: Park Triangle Work

Stand Together: An NEA Project with Park Triangle (12/2020)

I love working on commercial projects for the National Education Association (NEA). Not only do I believe that public eduction is of utmost importance in a civilized society (and those that aren’t so they have a chance to become one), I also enjoy working with […]

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NEA Bargaining for the Common Good: First Pandemic Project (5/2020)

We were approached by the NEA to do an informational video around a concept that there are many players in the realm of public education that can contribute to make things work – the idea of Bargaining for the Common Good. They had produced a […]

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My Place to Play (10/2019)

I was delighted to work on a set of post-production projects with Special Olympics. We were given footage with interviews and b-roll. With that, we watched and listened, scripted a message that the client thought was right. We hired a VO artist and actors to […]

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Walton-UNCF K-12 Education Fellowship (11/2019)

UNCF called on PTP to film a group of twenty participants of the Walton-UNCF K-12 Education Fellowship program. When participants were between sessions at a large conference in Washington, DC, we filmed quick multi-cam interviews with each, asking them about their experience. Student Tiyanna Stewart […]

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Agents of Change: Employment Discrimination at the Secret Service (2018)

We took on major parts in this project, from filming interviews, sound design and mixing, editing and motion graphics. The client tweaked some elements after we finished, but it’s pretty much the project we started with. It was a complex legal documentary summarizing what the […]

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East Oakland Boxing Association: Community Garden Rehabilitation (2017)

Last month, EOBA’s community garden got some extra TLC thanks to Rebuilding Together, Oakland/East Bay and DPR Construction. EOBA appreciated all the hard work of so many volunteers who spent the day building, repairing, pruning and more! Check out the video to see how it […]

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Institutional Racism with Marley Dias (7/2016)

For 11-year-old Marley Dias, the call to activism began with books. Frustrated by not seeing other Black girls as the main characters in the books in her school library, she decided to take action and make a change. The wildly successful social media project, 1000 Black […]

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Read Across America Wrap Video (2016)

I had the pleasure of working with the wonderful folks at the National Education Association (NEA) for the 2016 Read Across America Tour. This time, we packed up the cameras (and the kitchen sink) and captured the week long tour that touched down in six […]

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American Graduate (2015)

Above is a sample of one of our broadcast segments for the series on The Fishing School. We did thirteen in total, that played on PBS and during breaks and on the American Graduate programming. WHUT, Washington’s local PBS station, contracted Park Triangle to document some of […]

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Why Equal Opportunity Is Important (6/2015)

I had the opportunity to create a short animation project with New Media Mill for the Leadership Conference Education Fund. With only a couple of weeks to turn around the project, I had to dedicate my schedule to make it happen. After a few meetings to […]

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