Page House Project

jules, 9 years ago,

This was a 4-part project I did for a local fire department that I shot and edited. This first part of the project was a documentary about the Page House and how the project came to be, with interviews with the project coordinator and the owner of the Page House.

This was a 4-part project I did for a local fire department that I shot and edited. This first part of the project was a documentary about the Page House and how the project came to be, with interviews with the project coordinator and the owner of the Page House.

The second part was a demonstration for the “Get Out & Stay Out” fire education campaign. The Third part was a series of burns testing and comparing various fire suppression methods. The fourth and final part was a training burn for local firefighters.

The project was shot with a Sony Handycam and a Canon XL1S over the course of a week. The Handycam was used primarily inside the burning house since it was expendable and I could easily hold when outfitted in turnout gear for some of the interior burn shots and it also worked well mounted behind plexiglass and remotely operated. XL1S was used for most of the exterior shots, safe from fire and water.

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Julie Nickle, A Freelance Video Editor and Videographer based in the Raleigh/Durham area. My work consists of narrative music video, short films, documentary, corporate video and TV commercials.
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