A research group at the Bureau of Economic Geology is looking for a detail-oriented student videographer that is interested in creating a short, less-than-ten-minute documentary-style video that covers one of our technical projects on carbon capture and storage.
Student will be expected to conduct the following job duties:
Become acquainted with the technical details of the research project with assistance from supervisor
Turn technical details into an interesting and accessible video script
Conduct and film expert interviews
Create a shot list
Film original footage
Compile already-filmed footage
Write and record narration
Provide direction and have input into the final documentary style and approach
Work with supervisor and program coordinator on all aspects of the project
Final video created by student will be delivered by June or before, depending on student’s schedule
Must be a currently an enrolled undergraduate at the University of Texas at Austin in a film-related department such as Radio-Television-Film, Communication Studies, or Art and Art History, for example.
Student Assistant must have experience in filming, audio, editing, and production. Animation experience and/or a documentary focus is a plus.
Student Assistant must demonstrate an interest in documentaries and/or science communication.
How to Apply:
Please send a video portfolio to email@example.com with a short description of what role the applicant had in the production and contact information (name, affiliation, title, email and phone) for the person that supervised or assigned the project.