MARK GILES
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Content & Creative
MARK GILES
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Content & Creative

Skills

Skills

  • 80%

    Video Production

  • 70%

    Writing

  • 60%

    Art Direction

  • 70%

    Branding

  • 60%

    Photography

  • 45%

    Graphic Design

  • 50%

    User Experience

  • 80%

    Web Research

Experience

Experience

  • The Future of Biometrics
    SXSW '14 Presentation
    work experience img Biometrics. When you hear that word your mind probably jumps to thoughts of Jack Bauer in 24. Possibly Tom Cruise’s character in Minority Report. Or Daniel Craig as James Bond. Regardless of what hero comes to mind, we typically associate biometrics with identity verification or security. But often overlooked are the vital insights and ease of use biometrics enable. This presentation will look at biometric technology and what the future holds for consumers. Imagine sitting on a plane when your smartwatch, using biosensors, registers a decrease of glucose, signaling a drop in your blood sugar. The flight attendant is alerted and you are given water and a snack. This is the type of intelligent experience biometrics can provide. Skooks Pong of Synapse will give us a deep look into the life-changing capabilities this technology can unlock.
  • Multi-Media & Marketing
    Synapse Product Development
    work experience img Capture visual media via photography and videography and maintain a library of assets; coordinate and produce original marketing videos for the website, social media, PR, and thought leadership; support other departments by producing videos of test procedures, demonstrations, and tutorials; copy writing and editing consistent with brand language for web, print, presentations, and scripts; web development and custom coding to enhance online tools and intranet services; strategy and management of social media channels; market research and analysis, still and motion graphics for presentations and videos.
  • Director of Photography, V3
    Clearwater Studios
    work experience img Tyler, a young man tormented by his own past, recruits four other grad students to help build a hi-tech device that he hopes will bring him some some closure and emotional relief. But it soon becomes clear that the invention is dangerous and can easily be misused. His plans are further derailed when federal agents learn of the creation and, believing it has national security implications, descend on the secret lab intent on taking control of the machine. Now our hero must decide how to escape the situation without handing his invention over to the feds. Either way it becomes clear to him that the truth is hard to find in a world full of lies.
  • Director of Photography
    Decibel Festival 10th Anniversary
    work experience img Director of Photography for Decibel Festival's 10th Anniversary documentary. Cinematography for events, interviews, and scenery to document the festival's story and significance in the Seattle electronic music scene. Editing artist spotlights and shorts to support marketing and social media efforts.

Contact

Seattle, WA

mark@markgil.es