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Look around the site to find out more about my work as a video and audio producer and digital media strategist. You can click the images below to see the work that I do, as well as some of the professional and personal projects I’ve worked on, both past and present.
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Adam founded AppDemoVideos.com in 2009. Since then, he has been producing clean, professional, and concise demo videos of iPhone, iPad, Android, and web or computer-based applications.
Videos by AppDemoVideos.com have been featured on leading technology sites and have been seen well over a million times. They have such a positive impact on sales that some developers have come back again and again for more videos to show off their apps.
Adam is a successful educational podcaster and podcast consultant. As an expert interviewer and communicator, he has profiled everyone from street performers to US Senators to astronauts.
Adam is the creator, producer, and host of three podcasts: the critically-acclaimed Boston Behind the Scenes, the award-winning Current Science & Technology Podcast for Museum of Science in Boston (which he hosted for more than two years), and the Simply Science video podcast for the education division of the journal Nature.
Adam created Boston Behind the Scenes, a critically-acclaimed podcast that looks at the people and places that make Boston the unique city that it is. Over the course of three years, Adam interviewed dozens people associated with Boston icons such as the swan boats, the Boston marathon, and Cheers, as well as hidden gems like street performers, Bob the evangelist, and even Santa Claus!
Although the series is no longer running, people still listen to all of the episodes, and they are a fun way to experience Adam’s interviewing ability while enjoying an interesting story.
Adam worked with Nature Education to develop and produce a science video series. Adam planned the topics, interviewed dozens of cutting-edge scientists, and edited the videos into short, educational pieces that are on Nature’s website.
Topics range from Alzheimer’s disease to allergies, and from the shape of lightening to how the brain makes decisions related to morality. Click the logo on the right to view any of the videos.
On the fun side of things, Adam has a blog documenting his experience living and working in Australia for a year. From the quirky differences in daily life, to the beautiful scenery of the outback, this blog gives an insight into what it’s like to live and travel down under.
Check it out at www.ozyear.com, and check back for updates!
© 2013 Adam Weiss