North Texas Chapter Meeting: Using Video in Your Editorial Business
Whether you’re using video in your editorial business or thinking about doing it in the future, you’ll want to make the Saturday, May 19, chapter meeting. Video tips will be the featured topic, presented by guest speaker Tim Miller, owner and photography director of Five Thirteen Creative.
The meeting will be from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Laurie Evans Studio on the third floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas.
For 15 years, Tim has been shooting video and photography at fortune 100 companies, obscure NGOs (non-governmental organizations) in Zambia, and his own daughter in the backyard. He’s traveled globally to tell stories of hope and locally to tell stories of good coffee. He performs improv on the side and describes his family as over the top.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend the meeting.
Not a member? Not a problem. Guests are invited to get familiar with the North Texas Chapter and the EFA. Send questions to the chapter coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dallas Public Library (J. Erik Jonsson Central Library)
Laurie Evans Studio on the 3rd floor
1515 Young Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
Parking: The library is at the corner of Young and Ervay streets, across from city hall. It has an underground parking garage on the Wood Street side of the building. Wood Street runs one way going east. To enter the parking garage, use the first ramp; the second ramp is an exit, and the third ramp is the loading dock.
Parking on Saturdays has been free. If that has changed by this meeting, here are the rates:
- First 15 minutes: free
- First and second hours: 75 cents each
- Additional hours: 50 cents each
- Lost ticket: $5