A documentary-style video sharing the Brave New Voices of three immigrant women: a woman from the Middle East dedicated to helping young Jordanians live spiritually, a Gresham city employee from Mexico who never takes her parents’ sacrifice for granted, and a professionally trained dancer from Zimbabwe tackling racism through dance. Introducing the second video in the Brave New Voices series.
A one-take tour of MetroEast, your local TV network and creative agency located in the heart of Gresham, Oregon.
A “how-to” video aimed to inspire folks to be more civically engaged incorporating elements of digital and stop motion animation. Produced in collaboration with the Multnomah Bar Foundation Civic Engagement Fund.
An all visual fundraising video for the Tucker Maxon School.
A series of shorts produced for OregonASK highlighting the work of after school and enrichment programs serving kids throughout Oregon.
A fundraising promotional video for the Tucker Maxon School. Discover how this unique community has changed the lives of two courageous young brothers who moved across the country just to attend the Tucker Maxon School.
A fundraising video highlighting the non-profits benefiting from Converge45 fundraiser. Converge45 is an art collective dedicated to serve its community through visual art. The content was provided by the non-profits and edited by MetroEast.
Four MetroEast volunteers hit Baltimore to claim their well earned Hometown Media awards.
A fundraising video for St. Andrew’s Legal Clinic. Get to know Sandy as she shares her inspiring story of how she got back on her feet with the help of a St. Andrew’s lawyer after leaving an abusive relationship. This video helped raise over $45,000 at the St. Andrew’s annual fundraiser, beating their record from previous years.
Watch Ethan’s transition from being a quiet, solitary boy who couldn’t hear high frequency sounds to becoming a chatterbox who excelled at the Tucker Maxon School.
Sizzle Reel: the best of 2018
MetroEast Demo Reel
A series of videos highlighting Pockets of Innovation projects, funded through grants from the East Metro STEAM Partnership. This is what STEAM looks like, in the field! STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.
Every year 70 non-profits gather and put on a fun event in East county!
What is one thing in your life you regret? An original show by MetroEast Community Media where people aged 6-86 respond to the same question. How will their answers vary?