Videographer and editor by way of fine and commercial visual art… Yes, kids… It can happen to YOU, too! Margot has become a bit of a jack-of-many-visual-arts-trades. After graduation from Hendrix College as a fine artist with a passion for computer graphics in film (she planned to work for George Lucas one day!), Margot quickly realized she was uniquely qualified to do a lot of seemingly disparate things. Beginning as a freelancer in graphic arts to a job in outdoor advertising to designing for high profile clients in the printing industry to designing apparel, Margot eventually became the Art Director and Promotions Producer for two television stations. She held these positions for over 10 years, all the while refining her video production abilities.
Margot was snatched up by Zweig Group in November of 2017 to become their Director of Videography. At Zweig, she has developed video projects that not only educate but also help to tell compelling stories of businesses and people in the AEC industry.
Margot Moulton, Zweig Group
Margot is excited to share her knowledge of video best practices and has experience teaching to all levels of users. In fact, she taught her son how to use very basic production skills to develop a video about Abraham Lincoln when he was in 5th grade. The video was so impactful it made all the teachers cry. In this hand-on workshop, you will learn the basics of producing and editing quality videos to use in your firm. And, if all goes well, she hopes no one in this workshop will be left in tears.