Fred Litwin’s book “On the Trail of Delusion” tells us the truth about Jim Garrison, (the New Orleans District Attorney,) who claimed he “solved” the Kennedy mystery of the John F Kennedy assassination in 1967.
This book tells us how D.A. Jim Garrison persecuted an innocent gay man in order to spout his unfounded conspiracy theories.
There is also a story of bribery and intimidation, the tale of his attempt to charge a dead man with being a grassy knoll assassin, the (former) Marine Corp member he believed was a ‘second Oswald,’ several con artists who turned the tables and fooled Garrison, the application of so called of truth serum and ” hypnosis” to recover memories, the ugly story of Oliver Stone’s homophobic film “JFK,” and a lawyer from Montreal who found himself falsely accused of operating an international assassination bureau.
There’s even a chapter with “flying saucers” !
And a whole lot more.
This video book trailer was created with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects and Adobe Premiere. I did the narration voice (Of course that is the legendary CBS newsman Mike Wallace’s voice at the beginning). I originally made this horizontal, but I have heard that vertical “Reels” get more views these days. We shall see.
Greetings Creative Team of San Antonio Board of Realtors.
I have a background in film and video production and post production, animation and photography. For the past decade I have been doing video and social media marketing for a variety of companies in San Antonio and Austin. I know all about shooting and editing audio and video and posting clips online, and could easily produce your podcasts and promos.
I currently work two part time jobs for Texas Revolution Music and Glass Geeks, in addition to a lot of freelance gigs.
Here are the work samples we talked about: I work for Texas Revolution Music LLC as a marketing consultant, making promotional videos, posters and flyers. Here are some of my best promo videos for them:
For this “Rock of Ages” spot, I came up with the concept, wrote the script, did all of the 2D cartoon animation (in Adobe Animate/Adobe Animate) and Adobe Photoshop. The concert footage was pulled off of YouTube ( shot by the bands fans) and cleaned up in Adobe After Effects. That’s even my voice in the narration. I edited the final project in Adobe Premiere.
All the same tools were used in this spot, and I shot most of the concert footage myself:
This was created from footage supplied by the bands, and 2D Animation created by me with Adobe Animate, Photoshop and After Effects:
A poster I made for this show, re-using the Photoshop graphics I created for the video:
This is an Amazon.com product video I created forpolart.com:
At Glass-Geeks, I shoot and edit video, and make social media graphics.
This is a hiring/recruitment video I shot and edited:
That same company had me create a real estate video, showing off some spare office space they wanted to rent out:
Then we realized that FaceBook Reels get more views than a YouTube link, and instead of reformatting the existing footage, I simply re-shot the piece with the camera aligned vertical:
(Note, I am sending you the YouTube links, but ALL of the videos I am sending you were also directly uploaded the FaceBook for maximum marketing impact.
In addition to my B.A. in Radio-TV-Film from Rowan University in New Jersey, I also have a certificate in 2D Animation from Austin Community College, thus I often add animated graphics to my videos for visual appeal:
I co wrote, shot and edited this commercial promoting Glass-Geeks’ roof cleaning service:
Interviews I shot and edited for a Texas Politician:
A 2D cartoon I drew, animated and did two of the voices for: