Within the first month of 2015, it was about to be the beginning of another journey. Accepted as an intern at the Voice Advertising Agency, the first week basically became a learning experience and a tutorial of how this company works. On the first day, my job as a videographer was to learn about the standards, and know who my fellow interns are. The standards included leads, interests, records, and contacts. While I already knew those specific elements of advertising, I got to know others such as qualified leads, iContact (in terms of email and other contact information in general). Taking those kind of notes was an important task to do. I now know how the first day usually goes. At the beginning of the first week, it becomes a learning progression, and then it grows from there. Lastly, I was given a bunch of magazines to look at and find certain articles that caught my interest. Of course I didn't read every single article, but the ones that included stories about movie directors, and elements of film such as cinematography, editing, and screenwriting.
For the right amount of money, we’ll do pretty much anything you ask us to do…. video production, online solutions (websites, web apps, eMarketing, etc.) and “traditional” advertising services, such as campaigns, layout, graphic design and copywriting.
My name is Joe Wool and I am currently a Junior marketing major at Quinnipiac University.
At Quinnipiac I am a member of the 3+1 accelerated Master’s program and a member of the Golf Club. I am originally from an area just outside of Poughkeepsie, NY. Through my education I have decided that my goal is to obtain a career in advertising and this is where my internship at The Voice comes into play.
Joe and I were apart of a live video production for ASG. At first I was not sure what to expect but I was very excited for a new experience.
First Dan set up all of the cameras, equipment and lighting to create the perfect setting for this shoot.
After all of that was set, it was time to start filming. I worked the teleprompter during two different videos. There were three different angles produced for each video. While filming was going on, Joe took pictures and videos of the process as he observed the scene. It was awesome to have first hand experience on a video like this because I was able to see all the hard work, practicing, and the end result of finally getting everything right.
My name is Danielle Garcia and I am a senior Business Management major at Quinnipiac University. I am 21 years old from New Jersey. I enjoy photography and traveling as well as meeting new people and inventing new ideas.
I hope to learn more about the advertising agency and gain real life experiences. I want to broaden my horizons in the business world and learn about working with real clients. I plan to use everything that I learn at The Voice to help me throughout the rest of my education and in my future career.
Mostly dealing with 3D animation and graphics, Tony Russello is the art director for The Voice. Joining The Voice team only in December 2013 after graduating from The University of Connecticut, Tony has shown tremendous skills and talent in this field. From making websites to designing post cards, Tony can make any idea come to life.
The Voice has been chosen over other competitors as Kitchen Brain's advertising agency of record for the next year! The Voice has worked with Kitchen Brains before and now they have awarded us with a contract. The Voice has proved itself to Kitchen Brains through commitment and excellence.
The Voice Advertising Agency is filming and editing a video of a model of the USS Glacier that was originally built in August of 1954. Launched initially for the US Navy and later used by the Coast Guard, the USS Glacier was used as an icebreaker in addition to research voyages to Antarctica. Active from 1954 to 1987, the USS Glacier was a part of three separate operations. Unfortunately, it was scrapped in 2012.