"STROKE SURVIVAL: EMMA'S STORY"
"WHY CHOOSE UI HEALTH CARE"
|"KID CAPTAIN 2013: KRYSTAL ROBERTSON"
CLIENT: UI Children's Hospital / UI Department of Athletics
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: The Kid Captain program is a partnership between UI Children's Hospital and the Iowa Hawkeyes to honor UI Children's Hospital patients and celebrate their inspirational stories. These stories are shared in many ways throughout the football season. As part of this program, AMPS produces a video that tells each child's story and experiences with UI Health Care. Krystal, from Davenport, Iowa, was born with neonatal Marfan syndrome, a genetic disorder affecting the body's connective tissue. Krystal has been in and out of the hospital for her entire life. Although she has been hospitalized since September 2012 waiting for a heart transplant, Krystal never complains and lives each day with hope and love.
TOOLS: Interviews and additional footage are shot on-location in UIHC, using Canon 5D and 7D DSLR cameras. Audio is captured using Sennheiser wireless microphones. We use Final Cut Pro 7 and 10 to edit the stories, perform color correction, and add graphics and music. Additional graphics are developed within Motion and After Effects. The videos are featured on YouTube, on the UI Children's Hospital web site, and other areas.
|"WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE IN HAITI"
CLIENT: UI Health Care Women's Health
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: Sue Long, a nurse practitioner with UI Women's Health, talks about her experience providing care for women in Haiti. She says her trips to that Caribbean nation help her appreciate the level of health care available in the U.S.
TOOLS: This shoot consisted of interview footage shot on the Canon 7D DSLR camera and captured with a Sennhesier lavilier wireless microphone. Additionally, the video heavily utilized archival on-location footage shot in Haiti by UIHC team members during their trip. The video was edited in Final Cut Pro 10.
|"FACIAL REANIMATION: NATALIE'S STORY"
CLIENT: Plastic Surgery and Cosmetic Services
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: Natalie Wright recently underwent the second stage of a two-stage facial reanimation procedure, performed by Dr. Douglas K. Henstrom, MD. Natalie is the first pediatric patient to receive this surgery in Iowa. Dr. Henstrom, Natalie and her parents talk about the procedure and their happiness with the results.
TOOLS: This video was shot on location in various areas within UIHC, over a timeline ranging from pre-surgery to post-surgery. It was shot with two Canon 7D DSLR cameras and captured with Sennhesier lavilier wireless microphones. The video was edited in Final Cut Pro 10.
|ONLINE PHYSICIAN DIRECTORY PROJECT
CLIENT: UI Health Care Marketing & Communications / New Media
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: AMPS production staff produce short informative videos with our providers for the “Find a Doctor” online directory, located on the front page of our UI Hospitals and Clinics web site. These videos are an addition to staff web page profiles, which include other information such as; education, specialties, clinics, and research.
TOOLS: All interviews are recorded in our studio using a Canon XL-H1 HD camera and Sennheiser microphone. Editing is done using Apple's Final Cut Pro software and exported in H.264 format. Web delivery is via a streaming server owned by University of Iowa ITS.
|"UI CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: APRIL 2014"
CLIENT: UI Health Care Marketing & Communications / UI Children's Hospital
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: The construction of the new UI Children's Hospital has progressed from digging to building. Find out what's new at www.uichildens.org/buildingupdate.
TOOLS: We frequently shoot on location within the construction zones of various construction projects around the UI Health Care campus. We provide frequent updates on the construction progress of the new UI Children's Hospital, targeted for completion in March of 2016. This video was shot on the Canon 5D DSLR camera, audio captured with a Sennhesier lavilier wireless microphone, and edited within Final Cut Pro 7.
CLIENT: UI Transplant Center
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: You've already given one of your kidneys to a sibling, and a rare illness threatens your remaining one. Where do you turn? Jessica talks about family love, hope in the depths of illness, and the opportunity to enhance life through organ donation.
TOOLS: This video was shot on location in the Brown Street Inn of Iowa City, IA, where Jessica and her mother stayed during their transplant experience at UIHC. We shot on the Canon 5D and 7D DSLR cameras and captured audio with Sennheiser lavilier wireless microphones. The video was edited within Final Cut Pro 7 and After Effects.
|"EPILEPSY MONITORING UNIT PATIENT INFORMATIONAL VIDEO"
CLIENT: Neurology Clinic: The Iowa Comprehensive Epilepsy Program
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: This is a patient informational video that describes the process of video-EEG testing on the University of Iowa's Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. Our patients are encouraged to view this video prior to admission to the hospital.
TOOLS: This video highlights one of our professional voice recording artists in order to provide necessary information to our patients prior to their admission. The voice over is accompanied by b-roll footage from within our Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. This video was shot on the Canon 7D DSLR camera and edited within Final Cut Pro 7.
CLIENT: UI Health Care Marketing and Communications
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: In July 2013, 22-year-old Erika Wallfred was involved in a serious all-terrain vehicle (ATV) accident during a family reunion weekend at Lake Ponderosa near Montezuma, Iowa. Erika sustained multiple injuries, including a compound fracture in her left arm, a broken left leg, and fractures to her pelvis, vertebrae, and wrist. She was transported by helicopter to University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, where trauma surgeons, nurses, and other specialists provided around-the-clock care. In this video, Erika -- along with her father, Tony, and her aunt, Holly -- describe her accident and the care she received.
TOOLS: This video was shot on location in UIHC within Erika's hospital room. We shot on the Canon 7D DSLR camera and captured audio with Sennheiser lavilier wireless microphones. It utilizes several photos taken by Erika and her family from her stay with UIHC. The video was edited within Final Cut Pro 10.
|"LIFE IS BETTER WITH COOKIES."
CLIENT: UI Children's Hospital
PRODUCTION OVERVIEW: This is a video shot on Valentine's Day of 2014, highlghting a collborative event between UIHC's Child Life Program and our new Children's Hospital construction crew members. Recipe for an afternoon of fun: some hungry kids, our construction crew, the child life team, a pinch of flour, and a lot of giggles.
TOOLS: This is another example of our skills at on-the-go shooting. The planning process for this consisted purely of a location, time, and request to capture the event on video. This video was shot on the Canon 5D DSLR camera. Music and graphics were added during the editing stage, assembled within Apple's Final Cut Pro 7.