Steve Garfield is author of the book Get Seen: Online Video Secrets for Building your Business and is founder of Boston Media Makers. Garfield works with and advises Fortune 500 brands such as AT&T, Kodak, Nokia, and Panasonic, and media outlets including CBS, NBC and PBS. Nationally featured on CNN, Garfield is the Boston correspondent for the pioneering video podcast “Rocketboom” and a longtime video blogging expert. He lectures on new media at Boston University, Northeastern and Emerson College. Garfield also serves as an advisor to many of the Web’s early video startups.

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In addition to his corporate video work, Garfield is spreading the word that anyone can share their video stories on the web and become a citizen journalist.

TIME Magazine says, "Garfield belongs to a small but growing legion of video bloggers, or vloggers, who are turning the Web into a medium in which someday anyone could conceivably mount original programming, bypassing the usual broadcast networks and cable outlets."

With over 6,000 posts and 282 thousand words written to his Off On A Tangent weblog since 2000, he is also one of the web's earliest blog authors.

Garfield is also the creator of Steve Garfield's Video Blog, a fun and popular web destination where he tests and explains the many ways of publishing video on the web including, time lapse photography, video clips from digital still cameras, and miniDV movies.

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    jwol3 says:

    "Steve's pictures are really good, even in spite of the fact that he uses a Nikon. This is my first testimonial, and Steve got it."

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    bre pettis says:

    "Steve Garfield is the swiss army knife of new media.

    He's got cameras in his pocket and he's not afraid to use them to tell a story, report on breaking news, or catch a special fleeting moment."

    January 8th, 2007

Steve Garfield
July 2004
I am:
Author, Video Producer and Editor