Producer clips and digital work for OFA SF, KTVU FOX 2 News, KRON 4 News, and I Think I'd Be Good At That.
Beyond Homelessness: A Deeper Discussion is a public affairs forum event to highlight the tragedy of homelessness in San Francisco and beyond. Together we can find a way. Expert panel questions moderated by Leila Harmon.
News ticker, camera shot direction, and audio clip creation inside the KRON 4 News studio.
See one person headline a comedy show for their first time onstage EVER with the help of five professional comedians from the Bay Area and nationwide. For show dates and more information on the showcase itself, visit drewharmon.com
From the January, 2018 SF Sketchfest edition of "I Think I'd Be Good At That." This is the 2nd segment in which our newbie gets to learn how to write and perform standup for the first time. Find out more about the show at www.drewharmon.com
With help from five comedians, one person who has never performed standup will take the stage for the first time ever for "I Think I'd Be Good At That," a unique comedy show at Doc's Lab in San Francisco. Created and hosted by comedian and former TV weatherman Drew Harmon.
Training video segment for the October 2017 comedy showcase for "I Think I'd Be Good At That". Created by Drew and Leila Harmon.
The opening segment from the January, 2018 SF Sketchfest edition of "I Think I'd Be Good At That." Five comedians help one not-comedian learn how to headline a comedy show for their very first time onstage. This show happened at Doc's Lab in San Francisco. Find more info at www.drewharmon.com
Comedy showcase teaser for the February 2018 cycle of "I Think I'd Be Good At That". More information at www.punchlinecomedyclub.com
From the February 2018 edition of I Think I'd Be Good At That, featuring Smitha Milli. Five comedians help teach a person who has never done standup before how to get onstage to headline a comedy club for their first show ever.
OFA SF members served as Peace Ambassadors at this march involving more than 50,000 attendees in January 2018.
Organizing for Action San Francisco partnered with Rock the Congress to raise awareness among registered and prospective voters.