Video Portfolio

Meet John Kay, GA Atlanta’s User Experience Design Immersive instructor. Find out what he has to say about the course, the industry and GA's expanding community.

Tiny Doors ATL


Directed, filmed, and edited short fundraising video for Tiny Door ATL, a small artist cooperative bringing big wonder to tiny spaces. The campaign ran for 2 months and raised over $11,000 for the public art project.

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Welcome to the Goat Farm

I created this short informational video about the Goat Farm Arts Center for my Senior Project class at Georgia State University.

The Goat Farm Arts Center
We seek the interesting. We seek the risk takers. We are your purveyor of intriguing cultural programs.

Taiwan Travel Log 

At the end of March, I traveled to Taiwan with my mom and the American Taipei Reunion group! Here is what we checked out:

The Grand Hotel, Longshan Temple, The National Palace Museum, King Ping Tea House, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall, Chien Yeh- Elixir Hot Pot, Huaxi Street Night Market, Taipei 101, Kaohsiung, Pier 2 Art District, Jiufen Old Street, Naruwan Leader Village, Taroko Gorge, and Eternal Spring Shrine

European Experience: Travel Log

Georgia State University's European Hospitality Study Abroad Experience 2014

Students traveled to Spain, France, Italy, and Switzerland to discover different cultures and learn about local hospitality operations. Along the way, they collected the photos and videos that make up this video.

Points of Light

This informational video was created for a non-profit organization called Points of Light. I interviewed representatives from Trees Atlanta and The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition about their involvement with the Atlanta Beltline.

That's the Point

This video was my first project in my Community Production class at Georgia State University. For this project, we worked in groups to collaborate with local artists. Our local artist was Rebecca Hannah, known for her meticulous performance art. After a lot of brainstorming, we all decided we wanted to create an experimental film involving kaleidoscopes and projections. We filmed all of our footage using cell phone cameras through kaleidoscopes. This video is meant to be shown through a projector directed at an interior corner where two walls and a ceiling meet.