On Friday, April 20, there was music, dancing, performance art and more as students, faculty, alumni and friends of Johns Hopkins University gathered at Homewood to dedicate the Mattin Center, the new student arts and activities complex.
As the festivities unfolded, a small group of Hopkins students fanned out with digital camcorders. As they shot, they also began loading their tapes into computers in the new Digital Media center and got to working editing.
Keenan Wyrobek (pictured above) works on editing footage from the student arts center dedication ceremonies. He is a sophomore engineering major.
Jim Susinno, a senior computer science major (below), works on editing video he shot.
The project was organized by Jim Trone, a Johns Hopkins graduate and owner of J.T.Productions. Trone teaches video production courses through the Film and Media Studies program, which is within the English Department. The other students who filmed and edited this piece were Ran Rinat, Kris Jansman, Hyo-Kyung Kim and Stephen Schenck.
View the results of their shooting and editing. You'll need the Real Player plug in to watch this. If you don't have one, see the note in the box below.
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