I went to college for video production, much to the chagrin of my family.
They were sure that I was making a big mistake and warned me that they thought I should reconsider my choice.
This went on for months before I went to college, but I didn’t pay any attention or worry about any concentration.
In the end, I didn’t end up with a job in video production, but I can’t say that I regret my decision.
Life tends to take you wherever you go, no matter what you think.
I learned a lot more than video production in college, and these things became useful in my current career as a writer.
I attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and learned audio and video production there. I went at the wrong time, however, because they improved the course while I was in the middle of it.
It used to be strictly on their itinerary, and I just attended the classes they gave me. In the middle of my education there, they switched to electives, and you can major in audio or video production and take more specialized classes.
As I was halfway through my education at the moment, it didn’t help at all. I missed some classes because of that.
Although my dreams of video production have not come true, I am happy to say that a friend of mine now has a great job and a great career ahead of her.
She works in video production for a company that does a lot of high-profile work for large corporations and even some sports teams.
I also have a lot of friends who have been successful in concert production work, and I have already met some of them in shows that I have participated in the past few years.
If you want to get into video production, do your homework first.
Find several possible schools and take a good look at the classes they offer. Find out how much hands-on training they provide and see if they have an internship program.
There are some schools for video production, but you don’t want to waste your money on the wrong one. Visit each school before deciding, if you can, and ask about successful graduate stores and job assistance after graduation.