Luis Carrión is an award-winning producer/videographer with an extensive background in developing projects for online audiences. Luis excels in researching and producing high-quality video across multiple platforms, and he understands the importance of engaging the viewer in a crowded online ecosystem.
Luis is the recipient of eight regional Emmy Awards for his video productions, and he considers himself to be first and foremost a storyteller. His work distills complex academic concepts into productions that use audio and video in an aesthetically appealing presentation.
As a longtime member of the University of Arizona community (as both a student and as a dedicated professional), Luis is intimately connected with the culture of his alma mater. Many of his recent video productions have explored research and education topics throughout the University of Arizona, allowing him to develop a deep understanding of the unique virtues of each department.
Luis believes video can help strengthen the communication between educators and learners. “The use of music, lighting, editing, and pacing provide a limitless pallet for digital video,” he says. “I love using this pallet, and my deep knowledge of video production, to create high quality video that engages students and learners with the online content.”
In this episode of Futures in Digital Learning, we'll explore behind the scenes production of Chris Impey's astronomy MOOCs.
The Office of Digital Learning studio recently collaborated with the UA Creative Video Group in a workshop devoted to field recording and post-production sound editing.
Luis Carrión and Diana Daly speak with educators from colleges and universities across the nation and Canada who recently attended Engage 2018: The Conference for Higher Education Innovators.