Video success or failure is usually determined before the first frame of footage is even captured. Nothing is more frustrating that trying to create a good edit only to realize you don’t have the elements you need to tell your story, especially when working under social distancing restrictions. Join us as we discover what it takes to make sure your pre-production game is strong.
Ryan A. Geesaman has been involved in media and technology since the 7th grade. While he spent a good amount of time on the stage in high school and college, his professional career has been mainly behind the scenes. He holds a degree in Television/Radio from Ithaca College and a Master’s degree in Information Systems from Penn State University. From 2004 to 2018, he served as Video Production Director at LCBC, a multisite church based in Manheim, PA with a weekly attendance of over 16,000. An award-winning film editor, he now serves as Chair of the Communication & Media Arts Department at Lancaster Bible College, coordinating the Live Production program. When not behind a camera or in front of a computer, Ryan is a husband to Stacy, father to Ryker and Carter, avid film-watcher, and enjoys the challenges of home-improvement.