EMF class films corporate videos
While many students were curling up with their textbooks and pulling all-nighters last semester, three electronic media and film majors were bringing Towson’s dance department to life.
2012 graduates Zach Zebron, Danielle Wondoloski and Eric Boyer were collaborating to shoot a commercial for the Towson University dance department.
The commercial was released in early January and took about a whole semester to make, Zebron said.
“The electronic media and film major has a class called ‘Corporate Video [EMF 437],’” Zebron said. “Our professor actually goes out and finds the clients for us. There were six to choose from and our group got the dance department.”
The trio said they were editing for about five hours a day.
“It was a pretty lengthy process,” Zebron said.
The product was a six-minute long narrative glimpse into the mission of the dance department. Zebron said that the teachers and students who participated in the filming process really enjoyed doing so, which contributed to the commercial’s success.
“The goal was really to make something that really sparked people’s emotions,” he said. “We made the video to kind of give everybody a broad idea about what the dance department is about, but since it was also for a class, we’re learning all about how to make videos for clients.”