City of Syracuse – Startup In Residence Videos

My Role – Co-Videographer / Co-Editor / Co-Director Camera used — Sony Handycam Edited with — Adobe Premiere Pro Filmed — April – July – 2019 Team — Bridget McAllister, Will Streissguth, Edward Deaver, IV
These videos were made as part of my Storytelling internship I had for the Office of Accountability Performance and Innovation for the City of Syracuse. These were used to explain our participation in the City Innovate program Startup In Residence: A program that pairs cities with startups to tackle challenges they’re facing. These videos were made as part of team with Bridget McAllister, Will Streissguth, and myself(Edward Deaver). We interviewed 7 people, edited the videos in Adobe Premiere, created graphics in Adobe Illustrator, and created motion graphics. To find more information the Innovation Team’s blog on their STiR progress: http://www.innovatesyracuse.com/stir. To read about the ideas behind the idea to do STiR: https://ourcity.syrgov.net/2019/01/city-of-syracuse-announces-three-startups-selected-to-participate-in-ground-breaking-startup-in-residence-program/ Featured image from: https://startupsac.com/startup-in-residence-opportunities-for-urban-tech-startups/

City of Syracuse STiR Prologue

 
Watch Adria Finch (Chief Innovation Officer)  introduce the Startup In Residence program. Startup in Residence is a program that connects governments with startups to solve government-led civic challenges. As a government partner in the 2018-2019 STiR cohort, the City of Syracuse has identified three different City challenges that we have three different start-up companies helping us to solve. In this video is Adria Finch(Chief Innovation Office for the City of Syracuse).

City Of Syracuse STiR Vite

 
Samantha Linnett and Luke Kim discuss Syracuse’s relationship with Vite. Startup in Residence is a program that connects governments with startups to solve government-led civic challenges. As a government partner in the 2018-2019 STiR cohort, the City of Syracuse has identified three different City challenges that we have three different start-up companies helping us to solve. In the video is Samantha Linnett (former Innovation Design Lead for the Office of Accountability Performance and Innovation at the City of Syracuse) and Luke Kim (former Chief Marketing Officer of VITE Labs).

City Of Syracuse STiR Zivics

 
Timothy “Noble” Jennings-Bey and Adam Peruta discuss Hello Syracuse. Startup in Residence is a program that connects governments with startups to solve government-led civic challenges. As a government partner in the 2018-2019 STiR cohort, the City of Syracuse has identified three different City challenges that we have three different start-up companies helping us to solve. In the video is Timothy “Noble” Jennings-Bey (Director of the Trauma Response Team) and Adam Peruta (President of Zivics). Learn more and get the app: http://www.innovatesyracuse.com/hellosyracuse.

City Of Syracuse STiR Camino

 
Startup in Residence is a program that connects governments with startups to solve government-led civic challenges. As a government partner in the 2018-2019 STiR cohort, the City of Syracuse has identified three different City challenges that we have three different start-up companies helping us to solve. In the video is Jake Dishaw (Director of Central Permit Office at City of Syracuse) and Nate Levine (Founder at Camino). “Over 1,600 electric and HVAC permits are filed with the City of Syracuse each year. On average it takes at least 15 minutes of staff time to complete each permit application. This means that over 400 hours of staff time are spent on these each year. This is astounding because these permits require limited staff review.
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