The only film to win in New Mexico!
Celebrating Joe Carter, who is a Film student at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. He recently WON the College Student Production Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for Best Editing for the short film “Disappearance" (2015).
Although still in college, he is already creating advertisements, documentaries, short films, music videos, visual effects, motion graphics, and animations.
He was accepted in the the National Film Festival for Talented youth, one of the biggest festivals in the world, as well as the Albuquerque Film Festival and the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. He has made video content for Machinima.com, Tony Hawk's Skateline NBD news show, Christian Science Reading Room at SFO airport, and Food Shift, plus CrushPix and GeenLit Productions creating for Clorax, Puma Shoes, Gummy Vites, and more.
For students interested in a film career, the software skills Joe has studied and uses in his work include:
Editing: AVID, Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Plural Eyes 3
VFX: After Effects
Audio Design: Pro Tools 12, Logic X, Audition
Imagery: Photoshop, Illustrator
Color Grading: Davinci Resolve
3D Modeling: Cinema 4D, 3Ds Max
To learn about Joe Carter and his work or even hire him for a media project, visit www.joecarter.tv.or contact him directly at 925-588-8327 contact@JoeCarterVideos.com
In the meantime, CONGRATULATIONS, JOE!
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