Katrina Dawn Miller
Blackat Video Productions
Katrina Dawn Miller is a freelance video editor, videographer, and producer. She has worked as an editor on Emmy nominated and Emmy winning TV content, and also films star studded concerts at several venues stretching across the Denver/Boulder area including Red Rocks Amphitheater and the Boulder Theater. Katrina has also worked on projects with CU Boulder, BBC World News, and the national music radio broadcast, eTown.
After taking one video production class in high school, Katrina was hooked and set her sights on studying media and video production at CU Boulder, which had strict admittance policies based on writing skills and academic performance. Her education at the University directed her attention to the need for more diversity and positive representation of marginalized groups in American media. After graduating, Katrina went on to start her own freelance video production company, Blackat Video Productions, creating video content for client websites while also working on the board of El Comité, a Colorado based Latino Advocacy service.
Over the years, Katrina has successfully built her business and client base through volunteering, resourcefulness, and staying relevant in her field. As a mother of two young children, she loves the freedom her career has given her to participate in their daily lives.
Katrina Dawn Miller looks forward to sharing her perspectives on Compelling Storytelling and will share her own stories of how she ‘broke through’ in the video production industry.
Events featuring Katrina Dawn Miller
Wednesday, Oct 16
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Crested Butte Room
The world is changing all around us, and it’s in our best interest – and crucial to any company’s success – to incorporate these shifts into our businesses. Media inclusivity means so many things, including bringing diversity into all elements of production, from concept to script to screen to delivery.
In this roundtable discussion, we’ll hear from a group of presenters representing diversity based on race, age, physical abilities, education and opportunity who will share their stories, and encourage the audience to participate based on their own experiences, questions, and shared input.
This is an important, NEW element of AVX that is part of the national conversation, as well as a key part of the media industry right here in the Rocky Mountains.