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Matt Eckholm

As the Video Editor for Storyteller, Matt puts his passion for the post-production process to use, synthesizing all video, graphic, and audio elements into a cohesive piece for maximum impact. Matt brings his experience as both a filmmaker and marketing videographer to deliver multimedia content that entertains as well as informs. When Matt isn’t working on something video related, he’s taking advantage of the Minneapolis bike trail network, seeking out pinball machines, or studying urban land use and planning. He lives in St. Louis Park with his wife Jacquelyn, Norwegian Elkhound Sonya, and black cat Sabrina.

Master the Video Elements: Digital Storytelling Examples

Defining ‘digital storytelling’ versus ‘video content’ is like categorizing ‘squares’ and ‘rectangles.’  Digital storytelling is video content, but not all video content is digital storytelling.

Digital storytelling is the specific practice of utilizing video production planning to tell stories in a deeper, emotional, and personal way. Developed and popularized by StoryCenter, the intent of digital storytelling is to democratize tools that were once only available to a select few in the broadcasting and entertainment industries. As a part of this mission, StoryCenter developed the Seven Elements of Digital Storytelling, which served as a building block for the countless stories they’ve helped tell over the years.

How to Create Meaningful Culture and Recruitment Videos

We’ve all seen a video shared around on LinkedIn or other social media where a company lays out who...