JUNE 26th BCPVA Meeting – Telling Your Story – Writing for Video Productions

Hello BCPVA members and guests,

This Month we have an opportunity to learn the critical elements of story telling from an instructor and communications professional who has helped some of the Province’s largest organizations hone their messaging. Without argument story telling is the fundamental skill we all must have and one that is at the core of every well produced video – not to be missed!     Tuesday, June 26th, 2018.

We’ll be at the Community Living Society, located on the 7th floor of 713 Columbia Street in New Westminster (Columbia & Begbie, beside Waves coffee shop).

Networking will begin at 6:30, and the meeting will formally begin at 7:00 and run until 9:00 with a 15 minute break.

About Holly Munn and BrandFreek Communications

Holly Munn has been helping organizations tell their story and engage their stakeholders for over 15 years. With experience advising and writing for organizations as varied as the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, BC Lottery Corporation, and the City of Vancouver, Holly brings a keen eye for communications and engagement. Holly currently owns BrandFreek Communications where her team helps large organizations tell their stories, on the web, in video and through written material. Holly is also an instructor at BCIT, Queen’s University and UBC.

About Oswaldo Lopez Dantes

Oswaldo was born in Mexico City, and lived in many parts of Mexico. After coming to Canada  to complete his high school in Abbotsford BC Oswaldo became involved with the schools media creation programs which found him  crewing in musical theatre, broadcasting, and participating in the schools journalism class and school newspaper. Oswaldo participated as a volunteer videographer at the 2016 BC summer games, and created a full length documentary about his high school Football team. Oswaldo continues to hone his craft producing videos for music,  weddings, and events, and is enrolled  to begin BCIT’s Television & Video Production diploma program in the Fall of 2018.

Meeting will end with a 15 minute open discussion.

Meeting information:

What:  BCPVA Monthly Meeting
When:  6:30 pm for Networking; 7:00 pm Meeting on Tuesday June 26th, 2018
Where:  Community Living Society (CLS)
7th floor, 713 Columbia Street
New Westminster

Map of New Meeting Venue

FREE coffee and doughnuts

PAID street parking outside, some FREE street parking a few blocks away.
There is ample parking, but you can decide to pay a few bucks to the parking meter (should be less than $5), or park at a parkade (a little more expensive, maybe around $7), or park in a free 2-hour zone and walk a few blocks. Below is a rough map of the area, but please allow extra time for parking when you first come.

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RSVP and keep in touch online at the BCPVA Facebook Page.

Please note, first time guests can attend a BCPVA meeting for free!  All others, including previous guests and former members, are welcome to join or re-join the BCPVA by taking out an associate membership – just $25 for 3 months! – and by filling out the RSVP form.

See you all on June 26th!

Sincerely,

BCPVA Exec Committee


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BC Professional Videographers Association is a non profit organization that exists to support the professional development, creativity, and entrepreneurial growth of its members; while serving the growing need for professional video production.