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Now Hiring: Interactive Designer at MediaStorm

MediaStorm is looking for a passionate and self-motivated Interactive Designer to further shape the look and feel of MediaStorm’s publication and digital channels as well as projects for MediaStorm’s clients.

The ideal candidate will have extensive experience designing and developing cutting-edge UI/UX, and creating detailed product specs for various interactive products. Experience working across multiple mediums and platforms (mobile, desktop, broadcast, and print) is a strong plus.


The Interactive Designer will:

  • Design and develop web applications, graphics, and data visualizations
  • Conceptualize and document requirements for the UI/UX of various products
  • Work with Developers, Producers, and Project Managers to establish production timelines and deliver products
  • Participate in client meetings and design to their needs


The applicant should have:

  • At least three years of professional digital design & development experience
  • A strong sense of typography, layout, color, images, motion, and interactivity
  • Proficiency with modern design tools and applications (including Adobe Creative Suite)
  • Proficiency with modern web development tooling (HTML5, JavaScript, CSS/JS preprocessors & frameworks, Git)
  • Strong research & development and prototyping skills
  • An appreciation for photography and multimedia storytelling
  • Ability to collaborate with a diverse team
  • Ability to self-manage and meet aggressive deadlines
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to work remotely and to travel as necessary
  • Strong communication skills

Deadline to apply is Monday, November 21, 2016

Click here to apply.

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The Last Move Launches Today on Short of the Week

We are thrilled that one of MediaStorm’s latest films, The Last Move, has been selected by Short of the Week and is today’s pick. Short of the Week is an online, year-round film festival for shorts that has been discovering and promoting the greatest and most innovative stories from around the world since 2007.

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The Last Move tells the story of Michael Thomasson, who has passionately spent a lifetime amassing the world’s largest video game collection, even recognized by the Guinness Book of World’s Records. But with his mother sick and facing an enormous mortgage, Michael decides to put his collection up for sale, and hopes that someone will pay enough to cover his costs.

Watch the film here, “like” it on Vimeo, share it, and spread the word to other lovers of shorts and good stories.

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MediaStorm Salutes Veterans

We are proud to document the stories of the men and women who risk their lives to serve and protect our country, and the families that stand behind them. This Veteran’s Day, we honor their sacrifices with these films.

The War Comes Home, by Soledad O’Brien and MediaStorm , takes an intimate look at two veterans as they struggle with the transition from war to home. The film first aired on CNN and pays tribute to the invisible wounds of too many of our soldiers.

Homecoming tells the story of Major Amy Quesenberry’s transition from solider to civilian.  The veteran unemployment rate is nearly double the national average. That is simply unacceptable to Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who believes that veterans can become assets to any company.

To those who serve in the armed forces, what is the aftereffect of war? The Marlboro Marine is photographer Luis Sinco’s portrait of Marine Corporal James Blake Miller, whom he met in Iraq. For Miller, coming home has been its own battle.

For each of the more than four thousand U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, there is an American family undone by grief. Never Coming Home takes us inside these families, to meet the people and sift through the emotions that are left behind.


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Now Playing: WSJ. Magazine’s 2016 Innovator Awards Films by MediaStorm



Curiosity, authenticity, and a deep commitment to the craft. These are some of the defining characteristics of the WSJ. Magazine 2016 Innovators–an outstanding group of individuals recognized for setting new ground in their fields. Seven trailblazing talents, all of whom are featured in the magazine’s November issue, were honored among more than 200 guests for their groundbreaking accomplishments in their respective disciplines on November 2nd, 2016 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Selected by WSJ. Magazine editors, the honorees were: Melinda Gates (Philanthropy); Ai Weiwei (Art); Tom Ford (Film); The Weeknd (Music); Daniel Humm and Will Guidara (Food); Es Devlin (Design) and Snøhetta’s Craig Dykers and Kjetil Thorsen (Architecture).

For the second year in a row, MediaStorm has used its multidisciplinary approach to create films that shine a light on each individual. These films showcase some of MediaStorm’s greatest strengths: an ability to develop a captivating story under tight constraints; combining beautiful cinematography and motion graphics to add unparalleled finesse; and working in close partnership with a client to get results.

In keeping with our mission to develop stories that matter, we are thrilled to play a role in recognizing the WSJ. Magazine 2016 Innovators and share their work with audiences around the world.


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MediaStorm’s Storytelling Master Class at CUNY

Interested in taking your storytelling skills to the next level?

Join Brian Storm on December 9 from 10am – 6pm at CUNY J+ for a Master Class on documentary film and interactive storytelling approaches. Brian will walk you through specific examples, and share his business experience, as well as proven tips to improve your interviewing, shooting and editing techniques. With over a decade of experience running MediaStorm, Brian’s insights will help you understand what you need to sustain a digital business.

In addition to receiving this great dose of inspiration, participants will also be given access to MediaStorm’s Online Training videos.

 This popular class is particularly well-suited for photographers who want to make the transition to video work and anyone else interested in learning the ins and outs of producing and distributing documentary and multimedia content.

This workshop takes place at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, 219 W. 40th Street, in Times Square, New York.


SIGN UP BEFORE NOV. 18. For more information and to register click here:


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