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New Office Executive brings project management and creative visual skills to Digital Bard Barb Campbell has broad background in office management, with several years of working with large corporations and small businesses. Barb has successfully led teams in large scale projects and is driven by creative challenges. She strives for excellent customer service and being proactive when it comes to our client’s needs. Barb will most likely be the first person you encounter when you contact us, as well as a point of contact during your relationship with us. Along with her organizational skills and attention to detail, Barb has a creative side. She is a professional photographer and has extensive experience with commercial, event and portrait photography. She graduated from the Washington School of Photography in 2006.
Lindsey writes: "I was wondering if you knew anything about television sponsorships and if you thought they were worth the investment." I'm so glad you asked, Lindsey. Like so many advertising opportunities, ROI on television sponsorships depends on a lot of parameters, which are explained here.
Digital Bard is looking for a lover of checklists and planning to blend and grow with our small group of production geeks. MUST be highly organized, good at time management, and communicate in clear-forward, persuasive yet directive manner in writing and in person. Experience in project management or office management highly desired. Experience in video production or marketing fields a plus.
Digital Bard's Whitney Hahn teaches about the use of video in social media at the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce sixth annual New Media & Technology Conference (Fred NMT). Fred NMT brings expert local presenters together to discuss tools and strategies that help organizations create and foster online communities.
In the video realm, photos and still images are a great place to start, but we like to push the boundaries and add a little something extra to the visuals we’re provided. In the case of images, we can bring another level of depth to photographs using some of the Adobe software, specifically Photoshop and After Effects.