Videos

2020: “Health History 101” is slated for release in July. This interactive project was created by Illumen Group. I managed the overall project from concept to realization for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s School of Nursing CANDL grant.

The video is designed to educate advanced practice nursing students on the systematic approach required to take a patient’s health history. The content was written and informed by Mary Jo Blanton, NP.


2020: “Opioid Education” is slated for release in July. This documentary style project was created by Southside Creative. I managed the overall project from concept to realization for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga’s School of Nursing CANDL grant.

The video is designed to inform healthcare professionals of any level on the journey opioid addicts must travel in order to get clean. Two “recovering” opioid addicts tell their stories and give feedback on what healthcare professionals can do to be more aware of those suffering from addiction and the approach needed to get them into help.


2020: “The People’s History Walking Tour Part I and Part II” is slated for release in July. This project is the collaborative efforts of Chattanooga Organized for Action (COA) and the University of Tennessee’s School of Nursing.

These videos are hosted by Michael Gilliland, COA Board Chair, who walks viewers through Chattanooga’s checkered history.


2016: My Rode Reel: Mirrored Shades

Mirrored Shades was a passion project pulled together by a creative group of filmmakers in Chattanooga, TN.” Everything was staged, created, produced and wrapped up in one very long day.

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2016: “Mirrored Shades” Behind The Scenes My Rode Reel

I produced the Behind the Scenes video which was designed to capture the humor and shenanigans that were required to get through the actual video production project.


2015: End of Life: Getting Personal

Synopsis: A look at the struggle of one caregiver whose parents were diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and who stumbled upon a cancer specialist whose compassion was just as rare as the illness he was treating. This family’s struggle represents what many patients and their caregivers experience during the end of life phase. It also discusses the importance of the healthcare providers’ roles at this critical juncture in a patient’s life and the struggles, they too, must face.


2013-2014: UTC, School of Nursing grant videos

These video “modules” were created for educational use for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, School of Nursing while working on the PACT 4 grant. Each video focuses on a specific topic designed to create a greater awareness of the needs of an older adult patient population.

2014: Nutrition-Module 10

Mental Health Issues in the Older Adult-Module 9

Care of the Older Adult-Module 8

Pharmacology in the Older Adult-Module 7

Special Concerns in the Older Adult-Module 6

End of Life: No One Gets Out Alive-Module 5

Advanced Safety and Falls Training-Module 4

Safety and Falls Training-Module 3

2013: Core Competencies of Interprofessional Collaborative Practice-Module 2

Introduction to Interprofessional Collaborative Practice-Module 1