Corey Van Zandt

Digital Graphics and Video Editing


Additional Videos

Comedy, Animation, Personal Video, Journal

TSTC (Digital Commercials & Promos)

Part of a final project for Advanced Digital Signage, I made six different TSTC commercial and promotional ads.  I added audio to some, and left it quite on others.  If you notice though, I think I used all songs and samples from Tron Legacy.  I used a number of different programs for the project.  I spent some time in Photoshop designing layouts, backgrounds, and text style.  For some of the audio, I used Audacity to record my vocals and lace them with the music.  As for the video, I mainly used Window Movie Maker, but toyed with Premiere Elements on some.

Book Store Commercial

Career assistance ad.

Take a Tour Promotion.

Average Education Costs.

Simple, quick look at some news around the campus.

Menu board of the weeks lunch and dinner plates.

Crock Pot Cooking

Obviously, I don’t always take myself too seriously. Here is a funny little cooking experiment that I created with Windows Movie Maker. It is basically a video taped recipe with a soundtrack, directions, and a little bit of comedy. Hope you enjoy.

Luckenbach Commercial

Created in Adobe Premiere, this commercial for Luckenbach focuses on the music and tradition of the East Texas community. The script and commentary were written in the mindset of the Texas Country Reporter with Bob Phillips. The soundtrack is an acoustic version of the Eagles “Tequila Sunrise.”

Abilene Center for Contemporary Arts Guerrilla Ad Campaign

The project for this assignment was to create a guerrilla ad campaign for the The Center of Contemporary Arts in Abilene. I used various photos of the area and art galleries along with scripted audio to introduce the idea behind the campaign. Each of the images depicting Dr. Seuss artwork were designed in Photoshop.

Apparition Production Logo

I was assigned with creating a production logo and introduction for my video class, and at the time was watching a television show called American Gothic, which is where the audio comes from. Also, I have always been a Ghostbusters fan, so I decided to go with the name Apparition. The figure itself was a still image that I downloaded from the internet and toyed with in Photoshop to give a blue “invisible” feel. I than used Adobe Premiere to create a simple wave movement and flashing to give an eerie motion to the figure.

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