Two years ago, this tall, skinny kid from Seattle Pacific University stumbled upon ACT:S. Being the energetic, ambitious guy that he is, Joe Miller quickly began volunteering and eventually became an intern with us, using his sweet skills in photography and filmmaking. Joe has produced videos for two seasons of Lent, covered multiple campus events, and most recently he traveled to Cambodia with 5 other students to create the first ACT:S documentary. His talent for filmmaking, ability to tell a good story, and contagious laughter has been invaluable to our team.
This week we said goodbye to Joe as he went off to Los Angeles to finish his last semester of film school and move forward in his career. Our team is sad to see him go, but we are excited for the awesome things that are ahead of him.
Be sure to look below for a few of the videos Joe has created during his time at ACT:S, as well as his recent film reel and a trailer for another documentary.
Night of Nets | University of Illinois 2011
Relentless ACT:S of Sacrifice
2011 Film Reel
From the Eyes of Hope | Trailer
And this is a trailer for a new ACT:S film coming later this fall as part of our upcoming “ACT:S+MICRO” campaign, created entirely by ACT:S creative activists to tell the hidden story of microloans. You can learn more about this upcoming project here.
Finding A Solution | Trailer