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Christopher Warman

Editor & Guest on Be The Drop - Investigating B… & Editing Assistant on The Dobcast
Adelaidean, making little videos to tell a big story
Recent episodes featuring Christopher Warman
What are you learning at the moment?
The Dobcast
We have spoken with a lot of people over the the season so far, discussing their business, marketing and areas of expertise, along with some personal insights as well.As we begin to wrap up season 1 of the show, we have decided to look back at some of the valuable insights and advice my guests have offered.You may recall that Erica asks the same three questions at the end of each interview.So over these episodes, we will collate those answers, providing an insightful summary of the way each guest approaches them.The second question she asks – and the one we will focus on in this episode – is what are you learning at the moment?With the rate of change of technology and marketing, we are constantly learning.We were interested to discover what skills or techniques my guests are learning! And they span both personal and business.If you have missed any of these episodes, or these grabs pique your interest for a re-listen, please do!Check out all of these guests previous episodes and show notes:The Dobcast: Episode 1 – What the heck is The Dobcast!?The Dobcast: Episode 2 – Do Your Best Podcasting with Amelia VealeThe Dobcast: Episode 3 – Changing lives one line of code at a time… with Tina MayThe Dobcast: Episode 4 – Be prepared with an awesome strategy… with Jen EvisonThe Dobcast: Episode 5 – The art and science of social media with Kristy SchirmerThe Dobcast: Episode 6 – Why organisations fail at social media (and how not to!)… with Jen EvisonThe Dobcast: Episode 7 – Be prepared to avoid burnout… with Brook McCarthyThe Dobcast: Episode 8 – Do your best to be digitally inclusive… with Ben TeohThe Dobcast: Episode 9 – Do your best to build an online brand with… Kate ToonThe Dobcast: Episode 10 – Do your best with Google Ads with… Melinda SamsonThe Dobcast: Episode 11 – Be prepared for a career in digital marketing with… Rubina CarlsonThe Dobcast: Episode 12 – Be prepared with awesome systems and processes… with Belinda WeaverThe Dobcast: Episode 13 – Do your best with influencer marketing… with Natalie GiddingsThe Dobcast: Episode 14 – Do your best with your visual content… with Kate PotterThe Dobcast: Episode 15 – Be prepared with the online lawyer Paul GordonThe Dobcast: Episode 16 – Facebook Ads vs Google Ads with Jen EvisonThe Dobcast: Episode 17 – Do your best by working to your strengths… with Jane WundersitzThe Dobcast: Episode 18 – Technology, innovation and Adelaide with Craig SwannThe Dobcast: Episode 19 – Who or what inspires and motivates you?Learn more about Erica Stacey and Scout Digital Training...https://scoutdigitaltraining.com.auhttps://facebook.com/ScoutSocial/https://instagram.com/ScoutSocial/https://twitter.com/ScoutSocial/https://twitter.com/enisticohttps://linkedin.com/Scout-Digital-Training/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsHyuL9trO_heoKF6ir7v_g
Indigenous Stories On Screen With Penny Smallacombe
Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling
Stories told through film or television, have the unique ability to help us understand alternative experiences and view points. An important part of the work by Screen Australia, is the focus on helping to share stories from minority or under-represented groups, such as Australia's indigenous stories. Penny Smallacombe is the Head of Indigenous content at Screen Australia. Penny is a Member of the Maramanindji people, from the Northern Territory. She has produced numerous documentaries, produced and directed content for ABC Television and was a a Senior Programmer for NITV at SBS. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, recorded LIVE at the Screen Makers Conference, Penny shares her journey in the film and screen industry. She discusses the critical importance of creating and sharing indigenous stories via the screen and also provides a range of tips, to help people get started in the industry. ---- Do you struggle to find good royalty free music? We use and recommend Soundstripe across podcasts and videos as we love the variety of sounds with none of the boring ‘elevator music’. As a Soundstripe Partner we’re excited to offer you a 10% discount code to access great tunes for your next project. Access the discount via this link or enter the code: BE THE DROP at checkout.  ----- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Storytelling Through Film - Rebecca Summerton of Closer Productions
Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling
Storytelling through film captures our visual and auditory senses, it can transport us into other places, other peoples lives and other perspectives. Working in film is a dream many may have, but it is a challenge industry to get into and even harder to have success in. Rebecca Summerton is a producer who works across genres and platforms and is the co-owner/director of the multi-award winning screen production company Closer Productions. Her feature film credits include break out low budget feature 52 Tuesdays through to her most recent project, The Hunting which is currently screening on SBS. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, recorded LIVE at the Screen Makers Conference, Rebecca explains her will and inspiration to create and facilitate enchanting and enlightening storytelling though film. Creating for the screen is a complex and collaborative process, and Rebecca discusses how doing it differently, can help build your career. ---- Do you struggle to find good royalty free music? We use and recommend Soundstripe across podcasts and videos as we love the variety of sounds with none of the boring ‘elevator music’. As a Soundstripe Partner we’re excited to offer you a 10% discount code to access great tunes for your next project. Access the discount via this link or enter the code: BE THE DROP at checkout.  ----- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Who or what inspires and motivates you?
The Dobcast
We have spoken with a lot of people over the the season so far, discussing their business, marketing and areas of expertise, along with some personal insights as well.As we begin to wrap up season 1 of the show, we have decided to look back at some of the valuable insights and advice my guests have offered.You may recall that Erica asks the same three questions at the end of each interview.So over the next few episodes, we will collate those answers, providing an insightful summary of the way each guest approaches them.The first question she asks – and the one we will focus on in this episode – is who or what inspires and motivates you?As someone who occasionally struggles with motivation, Erica is intrigued by who or what keeps others motivated.(And she is motivated by conversations with others about their businesses and digital marketing, hence this podcast!)You will notice some similarities between some of the answers provided, and a lot of variety as well.We love the way the same question can incite so many answers.If your motivation doesn’t immediately spring to mind, we encourage you to take some time to consider it. And if you are really struggling – take some inspiration from these guests!If you have missed any of these episodes, or these grabs pique your interest for a re-listen, please do! Check out all of these guests previous episodes and show notes:The Dobcast: Episode 1 – What the heck is The Dobcast!?The Dobcast: Episode 2 – Do Your Best Podcasting with Amelia VealeThe Dobcast: Episode 3 – Changing lives one line of code at a time… with Tina MayThe Dobcast: Episode 4 – Be prepared with an awesome strategy… with Jen EvisonThe Dobcast: Episode 5 – The art and science of social media with Kristy SchirmerThe Dobcast: Episode 6 – Why organisations fail at social media (and how not to!)… with Jen EvisonThe Dobcast: Episode 7 – Be prepared to avoid burnout… with Brook McCarthyThe Dobcast: Episode 8 – Do your best to be digitally inclusive… with Ben TeohThe Dobcast: Episode 9 – Do your best to build an online brand with… Kate ToonThe Dobcast: Episode 10 – Do your best with Google Ads with… Melinda SamsonThe Dobcast: Episode 11 – Be prepared for a career in digital marketing with… Rubina CarlsonThe Dobcast: Episode 12 – Be prepared with awesome systems and processes… with Belinda WeaverThe Dobcast: Episode 13 – Do your best with influencer marketing… with Natalie GiddingsThe Dobcast: Episode 14 – Do your best with your visual content… with Kate PotterThe Dobcast: Episode 15 – Be prepared with the online lawyer Paul GordonThe Dobcast: Episode 16 – Facebook Ads vs Google Ads with Jen EvisonThe Dobcast: Episode 17 – Do your best by working to your strengths… with Jane WundersitzThe Dobcast: Episode 18 – Technology, innovation and Adelaide with Craig SwannLearn more about Erica Stacey and Scout Digital Training...https://scoutdigitaltraining.com.auhttps://facebook.com/ScoutSocial/https://instagram.com/ScoutSocial/https://twitter.com/ScoutSocial/https://twitter.com/enisticohttps://linkedin.com/Scout-Digital-Training/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsHyuL9trO_heoKF6ir7v_g
How To Make A Podcast: Lessons We've Learnt
Be The Drop - Investigating Brand Storytelling
If you're a regular listener, you'll know we love podcasts. Not only do we create and release this podcast; we help a range of clients to record, edit and distribute their podcasts. Along our podcasting journey we have learnt a HUGE amount. It can seem like a complicated process to get started, but learning how to make a podcast, with great content and awesome audio quality, is getting easier. Chris Warman is a digital content producer and chief videographer for Narrative Marketing. As the editor for Be The Drop Podcast, which is coming up to four years broadcasting, Chris has lots of practical experience to help you learn, the technical side of telling stories. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Chris and Amelia discuss the equipment, recording and editing required to make a podcast. Chris offers his top tips for producing and making your audio sound polished. This is an informative episode, to help you learn from the podcasting knowledge we've gathered. ---- Do you struggle to find good royalty free music? We use and recommend Soundstripe across podcasts and videos as we love the variety of sounds with none of the boring ‘elevator music’. As a Soundstripe Partner we’re excited to offer you a 10% discount code to access great tunes for your next project. Access the discount via this link or enter the code: BE THE DROP at checkout.  ----- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
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Birthdate
Mar 15th, 1992
Location
Adelaide SA, Australia
Episode Count
178
Podcast Count
6
Total Airtime
2 days, 23 hours